Chateau De Longcol
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A really early start - our neighbors picked us up at 8am and drove us to Cahors where there was the most amazing markets. Indoor and outdoor with foo, flowers, clothing - everything. We went to the magnificent cathedral & saw some divine secret gardens which have become my fave. Lunch by the river & then we drove home via ...
... had his favourite, Ris D'Agneau followed by roast Guinea fowl then baked apricots for dessert, I had Fois Gras, yum, the most succulent veal followed by fromage of the region, a cheese trolley to die for. We started well with a chilled champagne then a Madiran 2007 tannat, which went perfectly with all courses. Of course the French can't help themselves, there were amuses bouche at every opportunity, just fabulous. Into bed, exhausted and readying ourselves for ...
... and that's why he's preparing his good bicycle. The room where I can sleep is a storage that has stuff dumped in it all over. He tells me that he needs two to three ours to cleanup the room. I tell that I'm happy if there's just enough space for me to sleep. A little information about Ian; Ian is developing a new form of Thai Chi. He's also a 'non violence' activist. He's currently out of a job. He blogs. And he sleeps with a sleeping bag on the floor. I that a shower ...
I had a amazing time with my family. I hadn't seen them for over three years. They're still hardworking, warm people. Some friends of my family bring me to Argentat. I'd like to go to Aurillac because there's a Decathlon sports store there. From Argentat, I start hitchhiking. Unfortunately, I've lost my phone after the first hitch. Because the wifi is broken, I decide that I can do without it. There's nothing I can do about ...
... houses from the 13th and 14th century in between. The drive into Najac was beautiful through rolling countryside (no fences), some impressive chateaux type houses and a river below with camping areas dotted around. The population of Najac is apparently 900 and swells to 4000 in the summer months. Would not like to visit then as the roads are so narrow as are most in this area. Can see why the French here do not own four wheel drives only ...