Hotel de Cacharel
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... half under the car to find the 20E I hear the cacophony of horns building behind me.... Actually, I liked my old air-horns better that used to play La Cuckaracha (sp)..... Anyway, I wipe the old diesel and sump-oil droppings off, feed the damn money into the damn machine and pump my fists when I see the green light go on....(why do people stare at me all the time...) and try to again squeeze back into the cab, at the same time wondering if those things hanging on the ...
... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...
... Marseilles and is famous for its cliffs and sheltered inlets called calanques. We lucked on an easy-to-access car park and walked a short way into the village. It is a very picturesque coastal Mediterranean village - the drive in was very scenic and the actual village is also very pretty. We stopped for lunch at one of the quayside cafés and then bought tickets for a boat trip to visit 3 nearby calanques. Very ...
... season (you cannot see a spare inch of space for the sheer numbers of them on the wetlands), there were still quite a reasonable amount of them. There was also a surprisingly good variety of other wetland birds around including varieties of herons, egrets, a couple of storks and various others unknown to me. I bought a bird book of all the birds of the wetlands and can do some more reading and research with the photos I have taken. I also became quite excited when I ...
... leading to manmade but non-the-less beautiful lakes and deep gorges, pretty villages with tree shaded cafes, weekly markets, fortified towns with narrow, winding streets, vineyards, lavender farms, carousels and sunshine – sometimes too much sunshine! There were some downsides, but not many. The occasional storm, one of which prevented us from ...