Mas Des Alberes
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It's too gorgeous...so many views just waiting to be snapped!
Yesterday on my walk up to Fort Saint Elme, the windmill was going hell for leather.
It was built in the 13th century ....rolls off the tongue doesn't it....but when you think about it - hell's teeth!
It was used for grinding grain for a few centuries, and then fell into ...
... m and 5 a.m. Aussie Steve reported there were ten trucks and that he even saw a machine washing the dustbins out. (There may be some exaggeration here).
Every night there is to be an award of a cap and I won it on the first night due to my stoic suffering as my luggage was left behind at the hotel in Empuries and I had to miss aperitifs.
... New York, a couple from Derbyshire, two women from Brighton, a guy from Essex and the tour guide Dylan's dad, ranging in age from about 40 to 60+. We had a quick spin along the beach front, weaving in and out between people, small dogs and random street furniture. It's always a nervous time seeing who's super fit. Some of the folk were very quick but I know they are not always the ones who make it to the end.
... had two hotels.
I picked one and it turns out my mum's sister was running the place. Well obviously not, but her manner, and the way she dealt with the guests, and her weird little things she kept round the place reminded me of the oldie.
Pretty basic hotel, weird dolls, but was warm and dry.
Now where's that little ...
... it had seeped away and the path to the beach was mostly dry. We visited Sigean, Leucate, Port Leucate and Le Barcares. It's mostly a holiday area with many holiday villages of apartments and chalets. This is a very windy part of the coast, so it's fine for windsurfing, sand yachting, kite surfing and any form of wind blown sport on sea or land. We now move across the South of France to the Atlantic Coast, zig zagging our way along the ...