Get Into Relive!


Relive! was perhaps my favourite discovery of 2019. It’s an app for your phone, easy to use, and great fun.

Relive! records your route, allows you to take photos along the way, and at the end of the day you get a super-cool video of your route, with photos of your day, pinned to the place they were taken.

We had some fun with this last year, but Paul Shaw was organised enough to put the whole week together for us, in Languedoc. If you click on any of the links below, Relive! will ask you to wait a few seconds while it builds the video.

At the end of each day, the photos are available, along with a summary of the route. You can see how fast we haven’t cycled, and how direct our routes aren’t(!).

It’s worth it, please enjoy. And thanks Paul.

 The Roman Theatre in Arles. Paul Shaw


The Roman Theatre in Arles. Paul Shaw

Day 1
Relive! the first day of our Languedoc tour. Villeneuve-les-Avignon to Arles.

 

 

 

 

Entering Aigues Mortes. Stephen Middleton

Entering Aigues Mortes. Stephen Middleton

Day 2
Relive! Day 2 in Languedoc. Arles to Aigues-Mortes, Camargue

 

 

 

 

Flamingos in Camargue (c)Patrick Hudgell Photography

Flamingos in Camargue (c)Patrick Hudgell Photography

Day 3
Relive! Day 3 in Languedoc. Exploring the Camargue.

 

 

 

 

 

Brazilians-and-Americans-stealing-grapes-near-Nimes-cPatrick-Hudgell-Photography.jpg.jpg

Brazilians-and-Americans-stealing-grapes-near-Nimes-cPatrick-Hudgell-Photography.jpg.jpg

Day 4
Relive! Day 4 in Languedoc. From Aigues-Morte to Nimes

 

 

 

 

Day 5

The Arena in Nimes © Ville_de_Nimes

The Arena in Nimes © Ville_de_Nimes

Relive! Day 5 in Languedoc. From Nimes to Uzes

 

 

 

 

 

Pont-du-Gard. Stephen Middleton

Pont-du-Gard. Stephen Middleton

Day 6
Relive! Day 6 in Languedoc. From Nimes back home to Villeneuve-les-Avignon

 

 

 

 

Common yellow swallowtail caterpillar - on fennel near-arles. Stephem Middleton

Common yellow swallowtail caterpillar – on fennel near-arles. Stephem Middleton

Here’s a bit of a PS. I’m not sure I’ve shared Stephen Middleton’s album of Languedoc photos with you previously. It’s wonderful. If you follow this link (Click here) you can judge for yourself. Thanks Stephen.

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