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... the train station was and another passenger offered advice in English. He was also catching the train I was. I asked him if there were luggage lockers at the station and he wasn't sure but walked with me to the station while I asked. On the way to the station we chatted and he owned a cycling tour transport company in England which did drop off and pick ups - no tour leading. He then asked if I would like to join him for a bite ...
... quite a few to go. Peter entertained me with quite a few Irish jokes until we realised the table or burley blokes beside us were the Irish bikies who had parked their bikes down stairs at our hotel. The topic changed to general comedy and Peter recounted a number of his favourite comedy skits. Mains were delicious too, Peter had a hamburger, Sue had tuna and I had a chicken skewer. My pick tonight was the trio of mushrooms - delicious and adventurous ...
... facilities were not labelled as clearly as some places are. One of the team decided to use the larger of the two toilets and was in autopilot when she approached what she thought was the sink to wash her hands - the tap didn't exactly work as expected and this was when the penny dropped. Uh oh. This of course had us in hysterics before taking off. There were some great examples of troglodytes here - probably wine cellars and they ...
... of the houses - the mystery was solved today - they are the residential letterboxes and when there is a yellow box included it is the box for posting letters. On our travels today we went through a number of very rural villages with amazing veggie plots - with their own handmade garden sculptures. I don't think these are acting as scarecrows but more a tradition within the village and I doubt a point of interest ...
... 233; (was one of the many that inspired Walt Disney). Our joints were noticing the rocky path and the sun was now scorching down on us. We stopped for a refreshment and Vicky explored the castle. On the last leg of our journey we went through more vineyards and came across a huge mound - which was a store for wine/grapes - it was like a semi buries water tank. We arrived at Chinon and were greeted by the resident dog who was very affectionate. The ...