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Wow, it is beautiful down here, quite different to the Loire region, it is quite rural with the rugged Pyrenees in the background and bordering Spain. Diana's forefathers came from the south of France so we drove 6 hrs to Buzy near Pau to stay and get the feel of her great grandfather's place. We had a quick look around the very close knitted communities then checked into our b&b. We stayed in a b&b La Maïnade which had rooms and also provided dinner. Sitting at ...
... the weather, because I know that in the not too distant future I will be dreaming of being cool and damp. (noticed it's 28 degrees in Rome..)
Interweb access is likely to be tricky for the next few days because I'm planning to spend some more nights wild camping now I've broken the duck on the coast below Bordeaux. Looks like the weather might perk up soon, if not I'll crack on towards country number two, ...
... the worst effects of it myself.
Then in Poldark, with dark and heavily timbered interiors, VERY similar to the very room I was in, its characters were pasty and wan, dropping like flies from some terrible disease.
Had I been transported to C18th Cornwall? Cornwall and France - well Brittany - are very close after all and I was now becoming used to these fantasy / reality mental tricks.
That afternoon I'd 'taken to my bed' - a ...
We got through it and actually had a really good time.
FORMIDABLE. True, I had to quickly tell Rick in English what they were saying much of the time, but he grasped a lot of it and thoroughly enjoyed himself.
There was no stopping him now. M Leblanc recommended a non-touristy restaurant in La Rochelle where we went for a break the next day and Rick was in his stride, ordering carafes d'eau, choosing from the menu and wine list, chatting ...
... library on the ground floor, and becomes a wet room on the 1st floor, and a mysterious locked room leading up to the roof top on the 2nd.
The rooms open on to each other with vast armoires, cabinets and pianolas furnishing different rooms.
There are some good photos of the interior on this website:
http://www.rightmove.co.uk/overseas-pro perty/property-51452627.html/svr/3110;j ...