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... it seemed to maybe start getting serious, but that almost immediately cleared up and in fact most of the day was sunny. And hot!! In the mid 20s which was quite uncomfortable! We are used to much cooler. We have moved into another département - Pyrenees-Atlantique, and I think it is almost Pays Basque. Judging by the difficult place names I feel we must be.....Have now read it up and we are not quite Basque yet - a little further west. Tomorrow is our ...
... from our window. Dinner will be fun. Just got to add that dinner WAS fun! There was a nice Englishman next to us, who has lived in Paris for 25 years, so he acted as interpreter for us when the conversation got interesting, but much too fast for us! Lovely meal - salad of tomatoes out of the garden (see photo) to die for, ratatouille to die for (she said she puts it in the oven for 4 hours to make confiture).....all ...
... distance in mind, and were clocking up the kms, even though it was a pretty walk. It makes a difference when you know it is a long way. We relaxed when, after walking 14 kms, we found a sign saying it was 14 kms to Aire sur l'Adour. After that we relaxed as we knew that it wasn't going to be a 30+ walk. We also found we had moved into completely different countryside. Even though our path, thankfully, was fairly flat, we are now coming to ...
... the tree tunnels which often act as the fence between fields. There are now acres and acres of corn, drying and going yellow and dead looking. They are apparently harvested soon, and are used as fodder for the animals in winter. The French don't eat corn on the cob, though we do often have lovely fresh, sweet corn in salads. But mostly it is grown as fodder. Here anyway. We ...
... did in Spain for eating. We always stop and have a picnic lunch, having bought some bread - a half baguette - on our way as we leave, and we have a supply of cheese which gets riper and riper in Amr's backpack, and an apple, and chocolate. We do this as there are usually no bars or Cafes along the route, and when we arrive in the town there aren't tapas bars where ...