Travel Blogs from Montpellier
... this is the big event and in September they have other fights but only for three days. The amphitheatre is about the size of an Aussie rules oval; 130 x 110 metres, has two tiers and can hold up to about 20,000 spectators. It is need of quite a few repairs but when you consider it was built in the late first century you can excuse this. It is good that it still functions as it originally ...
... a family of storks were nesting on top of his cage with three babies. That must have made him feel worse!
We drove on to Sts Maries where there were lots of Romany caravans parking up for the annual celebration where statues are carried down to the sea. The markets were selling lots of dresses in luminous colours.
On the way back we drove past some bulls grazing, and rice fields. We had a BBQ in the garden when we got ...
... us in
their Hymers. Andrew Martin from
Bowen/Melbourne walked with us for a day.
His wonderful photographs are below.
John McL walked with me over the
first big hill. Ramo and Lyn at the
wheel safely arrived at our next town! The path was narrow, briar
littered, stony, full of uneven steps, little signage and lonely. Few pilgrims on the road this year!
i have been in agde in estern in my grandfather home. i have visited museums : haribo museum, school museum . . . it was boring. i have ate fish and octopus. the octopus was rubber, strange, gut. i have visited town, i have did shopping, i have ate many ice cream : vanilla, caramel, barbapapa, chewing gum, violet . . . i have been in sea every day. it was a wonderful travel !
... one point a neighbor's calico kitten came running into the apartment to say hi and get some lovings.
My blog site has apparently forgotten that it exists. I sent a letter to Blog.com and hopefully they will resolve this issue soon. However, I was told about this website by a friend of mine and like it quite a bit more. I just finished adding all of my China blog to this site and some of my French blog.
From Montelimar, with love,