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Friday, 3 May 2013

Pezenas again. Some good news, and a change in plans.

Monday 29/4/13

So after a good long think yesterday, considering our options, and deciding the right thing to do was go straight back to the UK, I had a look at our on line banking web site this morning. Well, well, well. Look at that. I can automatically raise the limit on my credit card by $2,500. That just might get us through. Ten minutes later - DONE!

We're back in business, and heading for Switzerland, even though we have to be careful with our euros.

We went for a wander around Pezenas in the afternoon, and even though it was a bit grey, it's still a magical place. A huge thank you to our friend Pete who told us about it. We posted heaps of photos on our last visit, but here are just a few more from today.

 She didn't have a flag last time.

 I love these tiny little streets.

 Even if the cobblestones are a bit slippery.

That floor is soooooo cool.

We went to the supermarket to celebrate our holiday extension, and restocked our Pingui supplies again. After all, there are some things you just can't go without. In fact, I'm eating one right now. Even after being squashed in a tank bag for a few days they still taste terrific. They have to be eaten quickly because with no preservatives they will go off if we leave them. Really. Truly. Honestly.

Tomorrow we'll point the bike towards Geneva, Switzerland. We'll catch up with Michael and Roger there, then well ride east to Montreux to say hello to Yvan, and on to Emmenbruke to see Werner who we met in Portugal. After a quick visit to Lichtenstein it will be back to the UK via Villiers-Bretonneux in France.

Villiers-Bretyonneux is a huge part of Australia's war time history that not many people are aware of. Here's a link to a website for the museum there:

I'm looking forward to the last few weeks of or trip.

The adventure continues.

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