B&B Cosy Corner Bordeaux
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... trip like we had hoped. Driving to the yurt saw us going through the remote area of the Dordogne region (near Bordeaux in the South-West of France) with lots of little villages, corn fields, vineyards and even more tiny little villages. The GPS took us right to the door-step and were greeted by the owner's friendly dogs, and then by the owner who showed us around the premises. Our yurt (a large, circular, semi-permanent tent structure) was wonderful and a great ...
... and seems to have a university feel to it. There are loads of beautiful old buildings and it has a great feel about it.
There are few missed photos on this entry due to me dropping my camera in the pool here. I now have a new and improved waterproof camera which also has video and wifi and other flash stuff, so hopefully there will be an improvement in my AV from hereon in. Tomorrow it is time to check out some Chate
... and coffee, Emilie took me back to central Bordeaux for another day of sightseeing. We walked down the Rue Saint-Catherine, prompting me to suddenly question whether I had taken a wrong turn and ended up in Montreal. That being said Rue Saint Catherine in Bordeaux is quite different from the one in Montreal. First and foremost it is quite a bit classier (no seedy strip clubs here) and is much narrower as it is a pedestrian only road. The Rue ...
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
... when he returns from his lunch break. At mid morning the farmer came to collect his 5€ camping fee for the night I was still in my pj's having spent the morning reading and studying the map and travel books of the area. We went for a short walk into the village a look around an antiques shop, but not much to see so time to drive on. Stopping at a MacD to use their wifi, luckily ...