Au Moulin des Truites Bleues
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... old building. A pom who has lived in Sarlat for the best part of 20 years and obviously enjoys being politically incorrect. He has some fascinating art work but his main body of work is collages, many based on National Geographic photos...all making some form of political statement. We had a good chat, here is his web site
Next stop was lunch and we finally found good coffee - a french guy ...
... to them both late in their arvo and Mitch also received the good news that he has been successful in getting an offer for a new job. More on that later .
Today's outing was a village walk - in English. I am OK with a lot in French but an hour walking tour would be too much for me. Interesting and some good photos
( see the Tram tour in Bordeaux 2012 http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en ...
... has 9 million artifacts - we didn't see them all, but what we saw was great.
Home in time to meet our landlord - we had reported a broken cupboard door and didn't want a hassle at check out. All was great, she was very friendly and proud of her great apartment. If you are coming to this area, it is worth checking. The internet is fabulous here - it did the 1Gb phone update in 30 minutes :-)
... to continue walking on the road because even though it would add 6km to our walk, it would finally get us to our destination. The teacher, however, was experiencing some back pain and had no envy to add so much time to the trip. We flagged down a passing car and asked the woman for directions (we hadn’t been sure where we missed the trailhead). She said it was a little more than 3km back and that she would gladly drive us there. We agreed and ...
... pace. They assured me that we could stop for
breaks whenever needed, but I didn’t want to hold them back after imposing
myself upon them. They also have a very different mentality than the French
people I have been walking with. They take breaks of five or ten minutes at a
time, eating a bit of something each time, but they don’t stop for a real
lunch! They also eat a lot of sugar during the day, claiming that it is good