Ducks, geese, egrets, big black bulls, donkeys. Some of those have probably been here for thousands of years. Others, like us, mere visitors.
A very short ferry trip, the Bac de Barcarin, crossing the Rhone River into the Parc Naturel Régional de Camargue. Cinc Euro. No, thank you.
After what’s been an enjoyable, relaxing (read lazy) week, its time to move on again. Sun is shining, and the weather is warming, but the
By late afternoon we’d managed to get to our campsite. The first camp site we’ve been to that actually feels like a campsite, or at
This morning – pea soup and chilly in the hills – this afternoon – blue skies and warm sunshine by the sea! We finally made
So it was a month ago today that we crossed the English Channel and began our winter sojourn on the continent. It’s been a slightly
Time to get out of the mountains and head for the hills. Starting to get too cold at night! We are heading towards Carcassonne, but
So, a damp and dreary start to the day meant we couldn’t really be arsed to get up. The plan had been to go east
Can you see what is wrong with the picture? Something missing perhaps? Yep, the glass lid for the Hob is absent without leave. Mel had
Imagine if you will, an extra ingredient to the above picture – 100 sheep. Unfortunately they had moved on by the time I got the