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Tuesday September the 16th
Off we go in the tiny car to Arles. It is very early morning and beautifully cool and crisp. The morning is clear and bright but there is not too much to see in Arles, on reflection i think we may have been a bit early as there are some really interesting things to see, and i put it on our list to do on our next visit.
We venture onto Nimes where we visit the Roman arena. I am horrified to find that bullfighting is still ...
... the floor of the quarry. I got to walk on Monet's shimmering water lillies! Why was I talking about that girl? Because she was one of the three girls from the Aussie family! When the light show ended we arranged that we would catch up the next day, so we met them in Avignon where we walked around the town checking out the sites and played together, before having dinner at their apartment.
On another day we went to the Cedar forest near Bonnieux for ...
... days ago when i went to Toulon. what a day that was! ay yi yi! a story for later!
heres the link for the Vars website: http://www.vars.com/hiver/index-gb.asp? lg=1
i give it to you because they have live webcam feed soooo if you wanted you could maybe see me!! hahaha. once you click on the link the name Vars will be on the top left corner with three links next to it. the one with the word "webcam" ...
... put on - good job its 33degrees! Washing done and on the makeshift lines, a sit-down with a glass or two! In the distance a rumble is heard - thunder forecast - we wait til the last minute to bring in the washing and turn Sonia into Mrs Wongs laundry! Most of it is dries so not too bad. Off tomorrow into Aix for a look see!
Friday 25th May
Be careful what you wish for - 33 degrees yesterday and 25 before 8am today. Off to ...
... oh my, it was good! Next up was Rousillon, a hilltop town in an area renowned for it's red ochre rocks and soil. The sun gradually appeared as we climbed our way up to the very top lookout All the houses are some shade of red ochre, presenting a warm and pleasing pallette of colours. I enjoyed a nice lavender-flavoured ice cream and bought some souvenirs for home. Then we were back on the bus, headed for Gordes, another town seemingly perched on ...