Ibis Budget Sisteron
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... anticipated. Got away at 8.30am for what I was expecting to be about an hours drive. Turned out to be a little over 2 hours. Then when we got there our plans were curtailed when the windy conditions prevented any kayaking/paddle boats. So plan B was to drive around the gorge (about 50-60km in total) with lots of stops, and a walk/hike at an appropriate point using the map Sam got in Moustiers Saint Marie – Speaking of which, it was ...
... and named it La Motte, well known to this day for its wines.
It it was quite special to (again) walk in the valleys and streets of the little old towns where our forebears had once lived. As my father once told me: the landscape is quite similar to that of the Western Cape Province, and so one can imagine how the refugees easily settled and felt at home.
We once again rented an apartment for a week and it was good to be ...
... waiting for us to see!
What a joy to feel and smell endless lavender and sunflowers side by side - miles and miles of them!
After a bit of "babyfoot" in a village and watched locals play petanque by a castle, we headed back to Esparron for dinner and a relaxing evening in the castle.
... Christiane and Robert have been very welcoming..thanks, highly recommend it for others
The other style of holiday has been great but 1-2 nights and moving on is hard. This is more what I like and it is even better that it is Provence - deep blue sky, orange terracotta roofs, lovely warm sun..with hotter weather to come
A couple of quick observations ...
... Tour de France but serious ride). If bikes can go up there then the mighty Pug 2 will eat it! Then I noticed that thing we had seen in the TdF where supporters paint the names of their favourite riders on the road. Lots of names that meant nothing to me....then Go Seb....Loeb is best.....Seb Loeb.....ahhhh these are not bike riders but World Rally champs drivers. A quick bit of help from my good friend ...