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... was American, or knew I didn't typically belong in the apartments, because they all stared, or so it seemed. I napped some and then woke up for a while, and so did Tom. And then, we were back to bed, hoping our next day in Paris would be more efficient and healthy for the both of us! October 19 We woke up this morning, both feeling good! When I looked out the window, I was disappointed because it appeared as though it was going to rain. But little did I know, the sun doesn't ...
... own the road so get out of their way. They drive head on to you in your lane. They weave in and out of lanes, in between cars, and up on sidewalks to get through traffic. Cars aren't much better. I wish we had the Go Pro to video tape the mayhem. I have never seen driving like this. I think Scott was about to pull the shoot on the trip but once we got on the highway everything was fine and normal and I do what I always do on road trips, slept.
Well we ...
... the shop. I managed to find a decent sized Carrefour walking distance from the apartment where we stocked up on food for the week and other necessities.
Back at the apartment with a clean sponge in hand I proceeded to clean every item in the kitchen (there weren't many), wipe down the benches, throw out the food in the fridge and pantry that was past its use by date, put away all ...
Soo abit of fun with this entry! Sorry the last couple of ones were empty, ill fill them in when I can :) I took a buses from Truro to Plymouth, Plymouth to London, London to Paris. All for 50 euros! Yeoww Unfortunately cycling to BOOM/Portugal won't be happening this time. The tropical manifestation that's taken over the once was mossie bite on my ankle has gone down heaps, but its still there and it makes walking ...
With Karen in hospital, me having to move accommodation and the French rail strike still causing major disruptions across the country, I was lucky that Mick's dad was flying in to Montpellier and they were going to pick him up. Montpellier is a much larger station than Carcassonne so they were just cutting back services, not cancelling them all. It was about a two hour drive but past some lovely old places that would be amazing to be able to do up - with a few million euro!