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Travel Blogs from Figeac
... good progress, passed a herd of "different" looking cows and decided they were in fact buffalo - the makers of the delicious buffala cheese. And we went through more pretty villages, seeing familiar people along the way. It started to slightly rain about 11.30 and we did put on ponchos, but barely needed them, and stopped to eat lunch, and started to feel that this storm prediction was wrong (a man ...
... For example you will be told the number of the local tennis club, but nothing about it if you don't ask. The French do not offer up information without reason. But I have made friends (if you can call saying hello and having a brief chat friends) with a mum called Melody. And today we met Ritas mum in the street who managed to start chatting up Paul in the patisserie shop (as I was waiting outside because we had bought baguettes from another shop and felt it rude to go in ...
Another gorgeous but not too strenuous day - about 13 kms. We started off along the river, flat country road, for several kms which was a nice gentle way to begin. Then we dive into the hillside and had one of those endlessly uphill sections (we had read the book and had been warned!) but once we were up in the hills, it was of course the usual stunning views in every direction, but also we stayed high for the rest of the walk. A bit of undulation of course, but lots ...
... and I almost lost the will to live. After school we had a joyous time. Lily had some trouble with her grammaire lesson today so she needed to bring her work home to complete so we spent the best part of 3 hours doing homework that would take the average French 9 year old about 10 minutes to do. We are trying so hard to help Lily and Ruby with their work that the poor twinnies get a bit neglected and left to their ...
Camboulit was a wee bed & breakfast with half a dozen rooms in a rural setting in the middle of nowhere! Closest town was Figeac where we spent one of our two days walking around & enjoying the local markets. The highlight of our accommodation was the swimming pool and the superb restaurant run by the owners. We ate there both nights as there was nothing else nearby and the food was sensational as was the setting. We had planned and booked into a hotel ...