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Hi lovely people,
As you all know we started hitchhiking on monday. We started in Antwerp and are know in the south of France, it took us three days to get here in Nyons. The people we met in the past days were incredible and very helpfull, all except the people in Paris. They were rude, not helpfull at all and hitchhiking out of Paris was like the Blair witch project movie all over ...
... the region and this evening the air was heady with the scent of lavender.
We explored Roussillon and then had a lovely Provencal meal on a terrace looking over the hill of pine trees which have also been intoxicating us with their scent during the hot midday sun.
This evening at 10:00pm as we were heading to bed the farmer next door was heading out to his field to continue his harvesting under the light of the full moon.
... a small nondescript restaurant and sat outside on the lane way with all the others, eating for me, duck, and bruce, salmon, accompanied with our usual compromise on the wine, of rose.
There were some beautiful streets and corners of avignon, but by now we are not taking as many photos, we have seen so much of this.
Tomorrow we catch the train to carcassonne, to meet Nicola and Mark, and collect the canal boat!
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... an extra night there and wake up refreshed in the morning for our Black Forest hike And so we packed and left as soon as we could to make the most of our one day left in Provence. We entered our destination into our GPS and we noticed something else. Our destination was only 100km away, but it was going to take us over an hour and a half to get there. Why was that? Well it turns out that half our journey would be, as should be expected, through HILLS--which meant steep roads and ...
... colour and mouth feel characteristics, Julian didn't go through anything like the guy at the winery yesterday. He just said the way to tell the best wine is the one you like, so just go ahead and enjoy. Hmmmmm.. We tasted two whites and a rosé to start - the youngest white not to my liking so I (yes, I'll admit it) - spat it out. As we were trying the rosé, Julian then bought out a plate of aperitifs - some bread with three different spreads on it to enjoy while ...