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... how to make guests feel welcome. Her husband, Phillipe, appears intermittently only, which is a shame because he seems equally charming and certainly pleasant to look at but his work as an administrator / fireman keeps him busy. Babette told us of well known guests, Julia Gillard, Tim Mathieson and friends who stayed while on a wine tour and also entertained us with the descriptions of the security demanded when the Israeli Ambassador spent ...
... are moving flamable liquids. The list of possible combinations is emense. then at the bottom it says they may do away with that and show a white light. I know which will be in the test. it looks like dee got the job in edinburgh. Starts in 3 weeks. Totaly awesome job. That will complicate matters. I have a month of canals at least. The best laid plans as allways are open to failure and ours has been well less than well ...
... to find
such a moment, a pause of tranquility, so savor it like the best damn wine
you've ever had!
After the market we hit the beach. Went
for a great run along the beach, passing every shape and size, from wrinkly
grannies to skinny teenage boys. Grabbed some fruit and delicious roast chicken
for a bite to eat before heading back to the gite to recharge our batteries.
A cup of tea went down ...
... for it because they refused to let me pay and made me have a great time. *******s. I am going to hate to leave here but if I stay any longer I will wind up a chain smoking alcoholic, with lots of good mates. Could be worse. weather is going to delay me a day. So tomorow i will fill the water tank. Maybe top up the diesel. Not sure what time the fuel dock opens but i want to get a very early start so i am in by dark. anyway, I need to stay another day so i can repay the hangover ...
... is a sweet little art expedition to take a gander at in the massive stone walls near the cathedral.
I must point out that being utterly horizontal is obligitoire when coming to a place such as Narbonne. I don't know whether it's the warm sea breeze on your face, or the smell of tantalizing food filling ...