Monthly Archives: January 2013

DID YOU KNOW MONALISA WAS HIDDEN IN MONTAUBAN DURING THE WORLD WAR TWO ?

Monalisa was hidden during World War Two in Montauban. It has been awarded the city of art and history in 1998. The architecture of buildings and structure at the city centre side of the bridge is the noted Ingres museum … Continue reading

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DAY DREAMING…walking on The Canal du Midi

DAY DREAMING walking on THE CANAL DU MIDI 300 year old Canal du Midi is a Unique Experience! Why? It skirts the sun-drenched shores of the Mediterranean before meandering inland through ancient villages, Roman fortifications and famed vineyards. The Mediterranean … Continue reading

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THE BACK ROADS OF FRANCE

Travelling by the back roads of France ( for the last 3 months) Midi Pirinees has been such an experience, really! We seem to meet some of the kindest, generous, helpful French people… I feel like hugging them all  goes without … Continue reading

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VIVE LA DIFFERENCE

Maison Occitania Maison de Pirinees …the two gates to unravel an amazing world of culture in ancient times where Cathars and Troubadours met and fought with their lives to preserve a way of life where love was above all… they … Continue reading

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WHERE IS THE MOST IMPRESSIVE MEDIEVAL CITY STILL

Like Medieval times? Carcassonne, no doubt about it! It is in South France. The history of Cathars and Troubadours, romance of a far way land with the taste of Cassoulet, its local cuisine c’est magnifique and when you come driving … Continue reading

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Welcome to GoodaTREK

Welcome to our blog: GoodaTREK This is a warm welcome for those of you that just joined us and a hello, again, for those that are following us! This blog started by sharing MR and Mrs Gooda’s travelling adventures in … Continue reading

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Toulouse by night? Magnifique! View of Garonne’s Pont Neuf

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Mr Goodatrek in Paris

Mr Goodatrek “an Englishman that will do anything you want, if you give him a cup of tea!” I learned that soon enough! No buts about it, just a simple cup of tea and he will do wonders! This photo … Continue reading

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THE ROAD TO RECOVERY…by Poet Jude

The Road to Recovery Posted on October 30, 2009 by poetjude The Road to Recovery everyone but the government and a few experts know we are not recovering anything that may have been lost and maybe they’re the only ones who want it back … Continue reading

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MR GOODATREK HAD ENOUGH…

VAMOS DAR UMA VOLTA NO MUNDO? HOJE ESTAMOS AQUI EM TOULOUSE …AINDA. “WE ARE STUCK IN TOULOUSE WITH A PROBLEM IN THE BREAK THAT NEEDS TO BE SORTED IN TREK. HOPEFULLY IN A COUPLE OF DAYS WILL BE DONE AND … Continue reading

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