Panier of Plenty

Un sandwich

“Qu’est-ce que tu fais de bon ?” My neighbour asked this morning. As it is market day in Céret, there is no excuse for not cooking a lavish meal. “Un sandwich” I replied. He chortled. But what a sandwich it was! A freshly baked baguette with jambon cru and chèvre…

Site de Paulilles

Pique-nique with a view

The coastal path

The coastal path

Site de Paulilles

Site de Paulilles

Heading towards Banyuls-sur-mer

Heading towards Banyuls-sur-mer

A glorious winter's day

A glorious winter’s day

Terroir de Banyuls

Terroir de Banyuls

Banyuls-sur-mer in sight

Banyuls-sur-mer in sight

Mediterranean vegetation

Mediterranean vegetation

Tour de la Massane visible

Tour de la Massane visible

Looking back

Looking back

Towards Paulilles

Maquis, towards Paulilles

Nearing Banyuls-sur-mer

Nearing Banyuls-sur-mer

Afternoon shadows deepen

Le retour, afternoon shadows deepen

Cap Béar

Cap Béar

Tour Madeloc

Tour Madeloc

Heading back to the car

And back to the car

Bon Appétit Marc !

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