Le Chai de Marguerite
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and we sort-of hit it off....in so much as they wouldn't leave us alone...... He was a surveyor, and she had a fascinating career in HK where she was recruited by the DEA and was saying that she was asked to install spy-cameras in toilets and similar places to spy on the Yanks and their kids for drug usage, because the Yanks are apparently not allowed by their Constitution to spy on thelmselves, but it was ok for a Kiwi to do it.... She was quite interesting ...
So it's now Tuesday, so I'm reliably told, and I arrived here in La Redorte at tea-time last Saturday. My blog got a little hazy recently, no doubt partly due to being in one of the finest wine growing regions of France, with views of ripening grapes in nearby fields from my 'camping ca'r (as the French rightly call it). Also because David and Alison are wonderful hosts and Alison loves preparing delicious food at all times of the ...
... do to have a beer there too!
David and Alison had 4 friends over for supper. All teachers from Alison's past and all now hooked on coming to France for long periods of time as a result of D and A's 1997 move here, coming to visit and deciding to do something similar! Another amazing BBQ with so many extras and nibbles that Alison is SOO good at doing. Tried out a lot of local wines! Found my way back over the road!
... of tissue paper displaying a variety of themes. The local villages compete against each other and are accompanied by bands and majorettes. It wasn't as hot as last year and it is a place to meet up with acquaintances and friends. The participants in the parade throw confetti, and often you will see people greeting each other in a shower of small paper ...
Packed the people mover and off to Olonzac we went! Arrived to the gite Castel Grand Rue which is a typical 3 story stone building in the narrow cobbled streets. Shutters open out onto the street and the sounds of people walking past drift in. The smell of freshly baked breads fill the air & restaurants and bars mingle in with ...