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This morning I packed my bag and checked out of my hotel at midday. Such a civilised time. I had three hours before I need to make my way to the TGV station Sortie Sud or South Door to join my tour group. I decided to go for another meandering walk through the old city. After that I returned to the hotel where my bags were being held by concierge. …
Everyone was in high spirits this morning as we headed out to see a nearby olive grove. We were met by the owner, M. Jeannons. I was standing listening to him describe the processes involved and quietly thinking to myself that he was an attractive man when Jeanine, who was standing next to me, was moved to comment that he was cute! He explained …
... This might include for example 'do you want to sit inside or outside'. At this stage usually one of two things happens. The best of these is that they start speaking to me in English. Unfortunately the thing that most commonly happens is that they give me a strange look as if to say I think that you are an idiot, and they continue speaking to me in French. The situation generally degenerates quickly from there. The rest of the meal then becomes a nightmare. I ...
... were curtains, powerpoints, individual storage lockers, comfy beds and air conditioned rooms. It may not sound like that much but it was awesome!! After waiting at the shop for 45 minutes for takeaway chicken and rice for dinner, it was a night of getting to know a few people on my bus over a 1€ glass of wine, which strangely enough was ...
... Initially it seems to be an unassuming place. However, for a small out of the way settlement it has a big and violent history. Above the town there is a castle ruin. Just below the castle is a Catholic Church and below that many derelict houses where trees and vines have taken root. Below these the village is more intact and in places being restored. The reason for the houses being derelict is because a new town was built nearby and the inhabitants left the old town for the ...