Moulin de Labique
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A truly leisurely start - a lie in till 8, breakfast in a sunny spot on the campsite away from the tents, flysheets drying on the fence and away for 10am. A day on the Canal Lateral a la Garonne to Damazan where we were misinformed about the campsite being open but have now pitched between the campsite and our first ever cricket pitch en France. ...
... a soaring chateau on the hill above Castenaud, a sparkling blue river below and a medieval village hung off the side of limestone cliffs. We hot-footed it back to Roque and our gabarre awaited with a delightful crew and a few other camera-toting tourists. We leisurely sailed from Roque to nearby Castelnaud enjoying views of ...
... so we settled in for a few days of exploring the highlights they had discovered in the 3 weeks they have already been here. We started, bien sûr, with a bottle of champagne and 'snacks' of foie gras, strawberries, heritage tomatoes and melon & prosciutto. A walk around their neighbourhood revealed a lovely square, where, as luck would have it, a local group, l'Occitanie, ...
... a lot of extra costs and I'm not sure we saved a lot but still it gets us where we want to be. Bergerac Airport is very small. We are the only plane there when we arrive. A quick trip through customs and we pick up our car. This time we have a Citron. It's very small and maneuverable and we love it. It doesn't take Allen long to get used to driving on the ...
... each plus, of course, the photos.
The Lascaux Caves are near the town of Montignac in the Dordogne region, up near where were in Sarlat. Quite a drive but really worth it. The art of the cave walls were done 17,000 years ago. Yes, all the zeros are really there. Apparently those guys looked like us, had the same brain size, and liked art on their walls. The pictures are ...