Maison de la fontaine
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Hi everyone, especially those not on Facebook. It's been a while since I've been in contact, maybe as far back as Helsinki. Well for those of you who think I may have disappeared into the wilds of rural France, I am actually still walking and have only a few days to go before reaching the Pyranees. The walking has been tough but fabulous with some …
The day started perfectly with cool clear weather and breakfast out by the river and a walk round the caravan park on the river bank. The drive to the south past 5th century ruins and steep farming land, was spectacular and then we stopped for coffee in Cordes, a world heritage listed hilltop town of about the 12th C before the unification of France. Grand, but the temperature is rising towards 37 degrees. From here to our new home, the Pyrennees, with snow caps are a visible ...
... the managing agent called after the apartment was vacated, to advise that the cleaning deposit would not be refunded. (Not a good start to the day)
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The Solid 4 was quite on the way to CDG Airport in the Black Limousine. Not too many words were spoken, except for small talk, eg look at that scaffolding, hope the blues win tonight, who cares about cricket anymore, Paul Gallen is ...
... we would be there in plenty of time; and because we had a reservation, we were worried about not having a place to stay.
It was a lovely sunny day and a very picturesque walk as we gained altitude overlooking the verdant valleys, fields and hills. As we walked you could hear cow bells ringing in the distance (As we discovered later, they are also on horses and sheep as well). It was an idyllic pastoral scene right out of the books. After a ...
... cold. It was cool to see as the clouds swept in over the hills and across the path, but the sudden drop in temperature after such a hard climb and sweating so much was quite a shock. I opened my pack and took out my warmer top, then sat and waited for my dad.
Near the top of the giant massive unbelievable high hill, an enterprising young man had set up a stall selling fruit, drinks, tea, coffee, and other assorted items as well as offering to stamp your ...