Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune
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... the agenda and Croatia was going to get the flick. Liz drove Dan to a couple of wineries for a taste test (a bit awkward because of the language barrier with the old ducks running the show) and we checked out the town and the lavender farm and distillery, where Lizzie got some sweet gardening tips. Hired a canoe for a paddle down the river, watching eagles soaring and swooping above, the canyon walls on each side and a couple of little rapids. Was great fun, even with ...
... bank with bollards but no power. actualy no anything. Just two bollards. Am miles from anywhere. It's very very quiet. Well except for the eclectic music coming out of the other 13 euro well spent. its just speakers that run off the computer or 12v and play the walkman. Have been happily bopping along to everything from Elvis to the doors and some interesting stuff from Sharon our Isreali mate from Almerimar. There is no- one to give orders to ...
... Etes vous ouvert pour le business ". A sudden look of horror appeared on her face. Front door slammed and windows shut. Suddenly, Monsieur realised what had happened as she said over the phone - "Gendarmerie, Il est un pervert dans mon jardin". Sacre bleu!!!!, Monsieur set off comme Lance Armstrong on steroids.
Happily, still free, Monsieur, Madame et moi are making rapid progress to Alsace/Lorraine.
Bruno (Le Chien)
... Quite a few of the family grave areas are covered by a little glass house. In many cases quite a number of bodies are interred under the one grave stone.
We drove into the Perigord Noir area, where dark green trees dominate the hills. We were lucky that in Le Bugue we were in ...
... we were there we enjoyed a long hike into the hills and along a ridge which rewarded us with 360 degree panaramic views. This year we contented ourselves with a drive along the coast road and a stroll around town, enjoying the buzz and all the arts and crafts shops. Collioure is of course famed for its fantastic light conditions, enjoyed by Picasso, Matisse and many other painters.
A great start to 2012!