17-3. WILL LAST: 2000 YEARS

We started the day with tasty rocquefort-cheese and then had coffee at a cafe. The rain had stopped and during the day it got a little warmer as we drove towards Montpellier. In Arles we had to stop and try to find some power for Green Car. The tourist office people tried for the very first time to help visitors with an electric car. It was not easy. We were too late, the town had siesta, all garages were closed and no public charge-points had been installed in this Roman town. We decided we had gone far enough for today and went for a long walk in the old town with the very well preserved Coliseum and Roman theater. I bought a camping-guide and a bottle of wine and we ended the day at a camp-ground 10 km out of town. I cooked pasta and Hjalte put up the tent. Some frogs quacked and Green Car sang.


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