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... our decent, we had to make sure we didn't complete an ongoing snowball of 'roley poleys' due to the extreme steepness of the roads. Our day was completed with a fish dinner marvelling at the waiter who switched and spoke quite fluently 4 languages whilst also noticing a surprising amount of middle aged men who loved wearing jumpers around their shoulders rather than actually wearing them as you would a jumper, has this always been a thing? End of Day ...
Cadaques, Costa Brava, Spain
One of those little towns only seen in the movies, secluded
from the outside world, a dot along the Mediterranean coast that no one would
dislike. Beautiful white villas caress the long coastal footpath mixed in with
amazing restaurants that serve a bounty of seafood and tapas. Tapas takes a bit
of getting used to but once your taste buds have acquired all the different
tastes you start to think “why ...
We left our hotel and headed to Albi. It was about a 2 hour drive. Again the GPS picked an odd way to get there. We finally remembered that when you want the GPS to choose the route you want, you have to put in some towns the are on the route and not just the ending town. You would think that we would remember this, but no.
We entered Albi and headed over to the old church. Another huge ...
... Europe and Southeast Asia. They bring their own bikes, do their own route planning and accommodation bookings. They limit the luggage they take on their trips to 10kg/person and everything they need to survive is kept in their rear panniers. I don't think this is possible for Helen and I right now, but we certainly believe that for the next trip we limit our luggage to one carry on bag and one day pack for each person.
A bright and early start- I got my hot chocolate! We had decided to go to the coast so that David could swim, so it was decided to go south of St Cyprien to Las Capellas. This is a sand spit with a marina behind. It is beautiful and the beach is shallow and the water warm. There are also fish in the sea! So that was a warm and pleasant morning. Following ...