Chateau De Longcol
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... Karine apparently did not go to bed until 9am and slept outside under a tree with a few of the other girls. This is a typical french wedding! Crazy!
It is now Monday and I've had some time to rest myself and spend time with Karine, Olivier, and their 5 month old daughter Charlotte. We are heading to La Coitat tomorrow, a couple hour drive east to the coast where Karine and Olivier live. I'll post more pictures of the French coast when I arrive!
... for our next destination, and was fascinated as he seemed to try to take us along every minor road in the route get here.... Treas was beside herself! Here we were, wending our way, zig-zagging across the map at a mind-boggling 40-50kph, along a "white" road.... A fricken "white" road!......, when there is a "yellow" road, and a "red" road going in roughly the same direction......!!! Now, I can't say I disagree with your logic , sweetheart, but I'm only ...
But the day starts very overcast and not even very warm. And still it goes on. No problem. It's lovely to relax and read. Reading a good book on 'prayer' . Giving me ideas for talks and stuff. Talking to a Dutch lass who was very interested in TCP and trying to persuade her Mum and Dad that she could come and do some volunteer stuff while Learning English and Swahili! I ...
Today we woke up and picked up our Aunty Mary that will stay with us for a while.
After all the stress and trying to find the terminal that she will come out of we found her at the terminal that mum and Edie were at.
We drove to a town called Cabrerets.
We had a nice picnic there with Mary and there was a great view there.
After that we went for a walk and looked in some shops that were really not ...
... window you cannot see another house and at night there is only one small light in the distance. Bliss after very busy, noisy San Sebastian. We are in the historic area of Quercy, but you can also describe this area as Midi-Pyrnees, Lot, Cezac depending on whether you are talking about department, region, commune, village etc. This area seems to produce an abundance of interesting products - truffles (oak trees everywhere, but unfortunately the wrong time of ...