La Villa Duflot
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... passport control - ans we swept into Spain with a simple Espana sign the only indication that we had crossed no different from the entry in Scotland or Wales from England. First stop in Spain was Figueres for the most voisited toursit atttraction in Spain - the Dali Museum. An amazing building with eggs on the roof and a huge collection of Dali's work inside. The museum even has a few ...
... before we headed
back out to take the horses for a walk. It is always entertaining watching tiny
kids horse riding, a look of horror plastered on their face and holding on so
tight their knuckles are white.
Got back home, and felt absolutely
exhausted! Had yummy sausages cooked in vegetables, and of course some
scrumptious roast potatoes. A great day, but a long one. In need of a rest day
... of the situation really stroke me. I had crossed the line! I was doing something that seemed almost forbidden or appeared only in the movies. I was walking along the highway, in the middle of nowhere, with a backpack of 20 kg on the back and cars flying on my side at 120 km/h which I would be attempting to stop with my thumb and my gaze, and I had never felt so alive. I was sure, in that moment, that I was born for this. This is what I was looking for, I was ...
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 ...
... breakfast where we meet the owners for the first time. He looks after the breakfast room and his wife does the kitchen. They are both very friendly and the breakfast is the usual French fare but certainly sufficient for our needs and of good quality. One thing we notice is that he clears the tables without a tray and it takes him ages and plenty of miles of walking. Should I suggest a better method? Maybe not.
We are sat near an Australian couple who are touring Europe ...