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... The bridge hovered.
The day before we left Pezenas, we went to visit the Abbaye de Valmagne which is an old abbey, converted to a winery. There seemed to be practically no one else visiting that afternoon so we were a bit hesitant but we went in and were entranced. This Cistercian abbey (XIIth - XIVth centuries) has a majestic gothic church where we stood alone in quiet awe, beautiful cloisters surrounding an open courtyard where the monks ...
... 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 ...
Spent 8 hours in the car last night driving down south, listening to a delightful melange of baby TV and High School Musical. We got in at a head shattering 1:30 am to find the beds unmade in a cold, typically gigantic gite.
That being said, it was worth the sacrifice. The weather was glorious this morning as ...
... 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 ...
... town the guy at the ticket counter spoke very little English and it would have been pretty difficult had into been without Darren. The on Wednesday I spent the day in Sete, a port town along the Mediterranean Sea. They also have a strong fishing industry so you will notice lots of fishing boats as well as some Cruise Ships that port there, so it can be a bit touristy in spots. When I got there, the first thing I did was find the Bureau de Tourism, totally uncharacteristic of me ...