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Travel Blogs from Bordeaux
... We agreed, and although no exact wage was settled we figured it would at least be free food and somewhere to winter.
On the 5th of September we left the Auvergne headed towards Bordeaux on the far West coast of France. This trip should have taken just over four hours but the previous fueling problem with the van reared it's ugly head again, slowing us greatly and meant that the journey actually took 8 hours. We eventually arrived at our destination and met up with some ...
... not an accusation but a lamentation, and a blunt reminder that our attitudes at home do not go unnoticed by the world. This sort of topic doesn’t come up in every conversation, but it has been raised enough times that I have no doubt of the role it plays in our international image. Of course most people realise that travelling Australians are not usually the sort to impose their prejudices, but will nevertheless be an unwelcome part of identity until we ...
... adventure when I landed on their doorstep.
Next stop BORDEAUX - land of wine.
4 guinea pigs.
2 cats. (one who ****** in my shoes - this incident ended our friendship)
This was my home, my French school (as a student), my English school (as a teacher), where I became a cyclist and the place that almost led me to name this blog "Fat in France" or "Big in Bordeaux". In the end ...
We left about 11.15 am today and it was 6 degrees! As we went the sun came out but it was still cold. However at about 6.00 pm it was 9 degrees. It was sun from time to time. On our way we stopped at a wine/cognac shop which was interesting but without knowledge of wine, we did not know what to buy! We bought a cake. We arrived at our BB Hotel and checked in about 4.00 pm and had a late lunch/early dinner in a steak place. Corry had sirloin and I had roast chicken. Before that ...
... that they are no longer serving. There is also so much red meat on the menu, it seem to be beef, duck or tuna, I am really craving chicken. I guess I need to get used to the beef, as Argentina is next, so it might be awhile before chicken is back on the menu. While there are plenty of wine shops and restaurants, there doesn't seem to be as many bars or even wine bars, that give you the opportunity to try different wines from the region. There is however an abundance ...