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... before we headed
back out to take the horses for a walk. It is always entertaining watching tiny
kids horse riding, a look of horror plastered on their face and holding on so
tight their knuckles are white.
Got back home, and felt absolutely
exhausted! Had yummy sausages cooked in vegetables, and of course some
scrumptious roast potatoes. A great day, but a long one. In need of a rest day
... around Narbonne. It is a massive place, but the cathedral and the old buildings in the center of town are definitely worth checking out. If you can side step all the pigeon poop, there is a little boulangerie opposite the cathedral that serves a fantastic selection of pastries and sandwiches.
For all you budding Van ...
... with two young guys and one girl was waiting for. Unfortunately, when I talked with them I found they were heading south to Andorra instead of east where I needed to go direction Perpignan. I refused it kindly as I concluded that I was waiting in the wrong place, cause just up ahead was the deviation. I took then my things and walked for around a km til passed the exit from the town, where I stood at the end of a short straight in the road, where there was some ...
Day 21 - Avignon To Perpignan Tuesday 02-10-12 Back On The Road. Cruising down the highway at 130 km, the only concern are the trucks that tend to change lanes and indicate at the same time, no time to take in much of the scenery. Wen you do get a chance, not a bad view. Plenty of vineyards with old small stone shacks, quaint. Heading to Perpignan so we can drop the car off and catch the train to ...
... trip to get a map right? Well I decided with the short time there I better know where I was going. France actually has their main tourist spots and information centers marked really well with street signs so if you stay on course you shouldn't have too much trouble. So I found the Bureau de Tourism to get a map after a little walk and I was all set. Of course on my way I found their street market, you all know how much I LOVE them so I added a few photos of that. Sete has a ...