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... I was on Thomas the train with its whistle blowing and steam floating in the air.
The afternoon was spent cruising on the Rhone to Viviers. The ship provided great food and entertainment. We had a live demonstration on making a chocolate soufflé and there was also a nautical talk with a question and answer time for the staff. The afternoons weather was sunny and warm so a ...
... br> The drive from the bustling coastal city of Montpellier to rural France didn't appease the flutters. Although the goal "to find a place where no tourist has ever walked before", looked like being achieved. After a stopover in Avignon, we drove for what seemed hours on narrow roads through a plethora of quaint French villages. Our best friend, the likeable English lady in the Peugeot satellite ...
... overtake each other at 4/5 mph difference in speeds and it was like following a curtain of water.
However, the other drivers were not so friendly as yesterday and none of them waved or blew their horns at us, ah well.
After 186 km and €22.60 later ( a bargain really) we thought what the heck towns will be there next year and due to the rain would miss out Lyon as well and see how far we could get and the answer was Filines. A ...
... the ship stays on the ship. Needless to say we had a late morning, forgoing the excursions, and with a number of others decided to stay on the ship this morning. It is raining as well so catching up with ourselves and organising a few things ready for our Sat departure to the airport and the beginning of our journey home via Singapore. Tomorrow we plan to visit St Remy and the place where Van Gogh spent some of his time ...
... and up to the castle where great views were to be seen on a now sunny day.We went to the cathedral to hear an organ recital before returning for lunch and our fternoon tour of the Ardeche National Park and canyon and La Grotte de St Marcel d'Ardeche. GThe cave has 60 km of known passageways but we were only to do a few hundred metres. 248 steps took us down into a huge cavern with lots of interesting formations, galleries and amazing basins which were used to give a light ...