On our visit to India, we stopped at the Dhobi Ghat laundry in Mumbai. These photos give you an idea of how big the place is and the amount of laundry processed there each and every day.
The men who carry out the washing live in the huts you can see covered with corregated panels, this link will give you the history and more photos …https://theculturetrip.com/asia/india/articles/awash-with-color-a-visual-tour-of-mumbais-dhobi-ghat/
The weather has been glorious these past nine days, really didn’t expect it at this time of year.
Nîmes was quieter than on our last visit but the amphitheatre still draws the visitors. The couple in front of us in the queue were from Indiana, the people behind us, from Toronto. At 2000 years old, all you can do is gaze in admiration at the skill of the craftsmen who built it and wonder how many modern buildings will stand for 2000 years …
For lots more flowers, check Cee’s post here
Last week, we had lunch at this beautiful Chateau, just outside Magalas. The food was delicious, the staff very friendly and the views just superb. If you ever find yourself in this area of the wonderful Languedoc, or Occitanie as the region is now called, you should pay a visit, you’ll be glad you did.
Chateau St Pierre de Serjac
The wet weather didn’t stop our enjoyment of the weekend in Tenby, a walled medieval town in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
St Catherine’s Island from North Beach
Colourful town houses and hotels overlooking the beach
Hotels and steps leading down to the beach
Narrow street leading from the harbour
For more information on this historic town click here Tenby