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Moving sideways
After being on Facebook for about seven years, but never
really using it, I've taken the plunge and am now posting there. And definitely learning
as I go along. I've created a Facebook ‘Page’ called – not surprisingly – Bize
Bytes. Link: https://www.faceboo...

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Canoeing on the Orb
Last week Bonnie and I decided to do a canoe trip down the
Orb River. We’d been talking about it for some time and decided to wait until
most of the holiday makers were gone, but while it was still warm enough. What
a fun day it was! The canoe hire is at Ro...

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Fortified Mill at Canet d'Aude
Normally our end of year walking group picnic is held up in
the Black Mountains, beyond St Pons. This year they chose a different venue,
closer to home – just near Canet d’Aude.  The weather was looking a bit suspect
when we arrived, but we all set off on o...

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Airlie Beach
I had a quick and quite unexpected trip back to Australia in
June. Paul and Amanda brought their wedding date forward as he’s been
transferred to the US for work and they’re now settled in Houston! So a quick turnaround (on the plane the day after getting b...

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Norway
Waterfront at Bergen And then we were off to Norway – Sylvia, friend Bonnie and
me. Ryanair flies from Beziers to Oslo Rygge and none of us had been to any
Scandinavian countries before, and it seemed too good an opportunity to pass up.
So we booked a car t...

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Ceret Cherry Festival
I finally managed to get to the Cherry Festival in Ceret in May – south-west
of Perpignan down towards the Spanish border. When part of the previous group
went back to Australia, my friend Sylvia stayed on and we had a few days to get
out and about. I have ...

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Lunch at the salt pans
I had a friend plus four
old work acquaintances here in May for 12 days - four of them were new to the region,
so we covered all the usual interesting places.  One place I hadn't been to before was the restaurant next to the Salt Museum at Gruissan – La
Cam...

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Uzes and Pont du Gard
OK I have a little catching up to do here ….. things have gotten
away from me these last few months, to say the least. I have no visitors or
plans for the next 6 weeks or so, so am looking forward to things slowing down,
especially as the temperature is cli...

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China
It’s taken me weeks to sort through far too many photos. I
have been off travelling again – this was something that’s been in the planning
for more than a year. My old friend Sylvia from Perth told me she’d booked a
cruise and would I be interested.  Yes, s...

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Bize Patrimoine does it again ….
Tuesday’s walk was in two parts – first to visit the site of
a dolmen which has been recently cleared by the Bize Patrimoine. It’s called la
Mère de Dieu (Mother of God). Looking for more information about this
particular dolmen, I came across this comprehe...
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