Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune
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... filter. Hey presto Klaus is pumping loads of water now so I can open the throttle a bit. Not much though as all the traffic we follow seems to be doing about 5.5 knots. Sitting on the pontoon all night ( with free power) we rocked and rolled as every barge went past. Some at closer to 9 knots. These are not little barges. 2300t which doesnt sound much but its around 30 thousand peoples ...
I would like to share a story with you all when I was in the Haut-Pyreneen. I decided to clime up the mountain Grand Barbat about 2700m high. It was a sunny day and just a few clouds were drifting by. Carefully step by step I ascent the mountain on a very small and rocky trail. Concentrated I choose my way, using all my strenght to conquer the mountain that was facing me as a gigantic force. Sweat was rolling down my body. Every 10 minutes I took ...
... the bottle of red did not last long. JJ said he knew the code who make it. It was nice. W finished that, and some rose, along with olives and radishes and carrots with tapenade. Caira nd I got to practice our French. She tried to explain the Canadian parliamentary system to JJ (at his request). An enjoyable evening. They headed off around 9:00, so we made a quick supper of omelettes and salad, then stocked the fire again and called it a ...
... 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!