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... are no rules, no speed limits & anywhere on the road is OK to drive or overtake - even hairpin bends! The fun part of the day was the local fet in St Cap Rais that night where the locals gather in the town with a band (not a particularly good one!) and sell food at different stalls. French onion soup (pretty good), steak that was sooo chewy (not good) and dessert (always the highlight!). Monday we really hit ...
... is another beautiful town. The fortress and what's left of the castle were amazing. We stood watching these guys on a flying fox and others on jet skis and these weird boots that let the guy "hover" over the water. Fantastic bridge that we walked across. After 6 hours of walking it started to get hot so we headed home not needing ...
... had his favourite, Ris D'Agneau followed by roast Guinea fowl then baked apricots for dessert, I had Fois Gras, yum, the most succulent veal followed by fromage of the region, a cheese trolley to die for. We started well with a chilled champagne then a Madiran 2007 tannat, which went perfectly with all courses. Of course the French can't help themselves, there were amuses bouche at every opportunity, just fabulous. Into bed, exhausted and readying ourselves for ...
... After some walking and a few hitches, I make it into Autillac. I buy a hammock, compass, lightweight cutlery and inflatable pillow in the Decathlon. I start walking toward Maurs. Then all of a sudden a truck stops offering me a lift. I'm more than happy to take his offer. We have really hard time communicating and that seems to upset the driver. I get out just before Maurs. I walk to a campsite in Maurs and call it a ...
... we were leaving. It was such a bizarre situation and we both felt really uncomfortable. We headed downstairs to our room and decided that there was no doubt that we would be leaving early. The following morning we had planned to have a day off to coincide with the weekly markets that were held at Villfranche de Rouergue. Trish dropped us in to town and we were relieved to have a bit if time to ourselves. The markets were among the best that we've seen; fresh fruit ...