Chateau de Courtebotte
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... decked out with so many music and movie options to listen and watch in the lounge upstairs, old beams, stone walls nice place to chill out. Accommodation & food supplied in exchange for 4hrs work per day for five days. Two days off per week. Well, as usual the fencing project was more than 20hrs ( 24hrs and not quite fully completed). Fence 120 posts with netting.
No days off and with time running out on the journey ...
... ourselves in a local environment and people watching was really entertaining. The dancing was great and some of the movers & groovers caught my eye as they were so good.
Our mission to put up a fence to enclosed their property. The view of the grapevines is great, the weather has been so changeable with thunderstorms with fork lightening and heavy down pours and then brilliant sunshine - weird for ...
... guides from Blandford!!! What a small world, apparently the family have a small holiday home here they have been coming too for a few years, after saying tata we wander to the chateau. Decided not to go in as once you've seen one house/castle/chateaux you've seen them all! Found the local Carrefour and bought some bread etc and a French card for my niece ( in Australia) as Sam txt me to tell me she had had a little girl this morning Marlee Rose :-) went back to the van and ...
... to the camping to watch some "Vikings". 1st Today we were going to visit Bourdeaux. Really well organized here to keep cars out of town. We were send to a closed parking at the outskirts where we payed 4.50€ for the whole day plus we got two return tickets with the tram into the centre of town, perfect no ? Wish they'd be so clever in our towns !! Anyway we got off at a point near the river where we could walk back via ...
... all homemade jams, cafe, eggs, ham just what we needed for our challenging day ahead. We headed off onto the french country roads making our way east to drop down to Castets-en-Dorthe where the Canal Garonne starts. The 30km's to get there were fun, fantastic downhills and little up hills into the villages along the way. We didn't take a wrong turn of get lost once yahoooo. We hit the ...