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Heading into the Pyrenees again where we know it will be cooler, even cold at night, but we like that. A good day yesterday at Collioure where we explored a little by motorhome and now feel we know a little more about the place. Remember to look for the camping/Aire place the other side of the bay that we could ...
Epilogue: Farm, Finca and Beach.
It’s November now. The leaves have nearly all blown off the trees, the clocks have gone back, the days are short and memory of warm sunshine and adventure and careless fun seems long ago. The pressures of work and responsibility have weaved their net once again and we are enmeshed in the pressures of daily living. What a first world problem! But it has prevented me from finishing this blog - ...
In Spain now! On Friday we headed for Collioure, having been there before, as we knew there would be plenty of parking in a Friday night, the French getting their Motorhomes out for the weekend? It was so but still loads of space, excessive sunshine and the temperature up to 30C, too warm for us. We sat out late, dined late but it was still too hot until the early hours of the morning on Saturday for sleep. Up early Saturday ...
We decided on one more night at Caranca Gorge as it is so peaceful. Enjoyed salmon on the BBQ, Veuve Clicquot champagne with a light salad starter and lovely local walnuts for pleasure with our evening coffee. Great to see that the Veuve Clicqout champagne is by appointment to HM Queen Elizabeth II, rather good for a French champagne!! A pleasant night too and this morning the decision, at last, to head into Spain. So, off to Collure ...
Back again (village name is Thues entre Valse) as it is always quiet there, well sheltered and of course flat so a better night's sleep. Super BBQ and then Thursday morning off to the Thermal Baths again, still brilliant and now having a cuppa cola before we make any decisions about what and where ...