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On the way to Pezenas, from Albi, we stopped off at Carcassonne, a fortified town with a long history.
With origins way back, and additions through various ages, Carcassonne also featured in those aforementioned Albigensian Crusades. It was a stronghold of the Cathars and the crusading army of Simon de Montfort who apparently roamed around all that region, dutifully trying to rid the world of Cathars, forced its citizens to surrender in 1209. ...
... 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 ...
Spent 8 hours in the car last night driving down south, listening to a delightful melange of baby TV and High School Musical. We got in at a head shattering 1:30 am to find the beds unmade in a cold, typically gigantic gite.
That being said, it was worth the sacrifice. The weather was glorious this morning as ...
... At the end a fat woman and her daugther offered me a ride through all that beauty of rocks and peaks. They weren't very talkative and the language barrier was on, but I was absorbed by the sight all the way anyway. They left me very near Perpignan after an hour trip, where I finally got in the car of a young couple. They left me in the best place to keep the hichhike direction Narbonne, which resulted to be on the side of the highway. And then is when ...
Day 21 - Avignon To Perpignan Tuesday 02-10-12 Back On The Road. Cruising down the highway at 130 km, the only concern are the trucks that tend to change lanes and indicate at the same time, no time to take in much of the scenery. Wen you do get a chance, not a bad view. Plenty of vineyards with old small stone shacks, quaint. Heading to Perpignan so we can drop the car off and catch the train to ...