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... apres dans un resto! le vin est encore de la partie! je parle avec le sosie de Eugeeennee!!! il me fait trop penser a lui. ensuite, on se rend au rockstar, une genre de boite avec de la musique vraiment trop bizare! lol je regarde danser le sosie de eugene, hahaha on dirait que yentend pas la meme musique que nous! cest trop drole! on sort de la vers 4 hrs du matin. Benben est porter disparu, lol je me rend donc chez ...
It's always refreshing to awake to a new adventure on the horizon even if it’s just a ten day trip round Northern Italy, a lot can happen in ten days as I am sure that I will quickly discover. So my trip begins with a covoiturage from Royan to Montpellier, a true novelty for a girl coming from the sheltered, fearful world that is British culture Despite strained conversation, six hours of constant rap ...
... morning before we left was to amble through the markets. Amongst the produce, we came across an Irish lady who was selling bottles of ginger syrup. She was very interested in our connection to ginger - both fresh and our Bundaberg ginger drinks.
Sadly, we farewelled Babette, clutching our final gift of wine and with a final pat to Tango, the dog, we headed northish to Orange in the Vaucluse area of northern Provence.
... to find
such a moment, a pause of tranquility, so savor it like the best damn wine
you've ever had!
After the market we hit the beach. Went
for a great run along the beach, passing every shape and size, from wrinkly
grannies to skinny teenage boys. Grabbed some fruit and delicious roast chicken
for a bite to eat before heading back to the gite to recharge our batteries.
A cup of tea went down ...
... is a sweet little art expedition to take a gander at in the massive stone walls near the cathedral.
I must point out that being utterly horizontal is obligitoire when coming to a place such as Narbonne. I don't know whether it's the warm sea breeze on your face, or the smell of tantalizing food filling ...