Au Rendez-Vous des Pecheurs
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So after a few days of just riding and walking around Themines, we decided to head for Padirac to join the throngs of tourists who are attracted to an underground river that can be navigated by boat and explored on foot. We descended 103 metres to get to the river and then did half a km on the river by ...
Short climb out of the village and then mostly downhill for the rest of the day. Stopped in St Cere to pick up supplies for picnic lunch. Stopped beside the river - didn't go for a swim in the end as it was a bit cloudy. Next stop was Carrenac. Had a look around this village. Dropped down into the gorge, crossed the Dordogne on a narrow wooden suspension bridge and then up into Gluges. Small village of about 71 people. Lovely hotel with a pool and beside the ...
Started out on a ride to discover more of the area north of us. Upon reaching our original destination, we decided to continue to Saint-Cere. Got to a junction with sign indicating 7km to Saint-Cere. We began a descent and on the way down we wondered when the descent would end. It went on for 6 of the 7 km. OMG, we have to climb back out!! Will be ready for Tour de France next ...
... Bob and Sini. Bob is a retired firefighter like me so lots of common ground there. We walked around Mont St Michele together and discussed our travel plans. Bob expressed that he quite fancied going to Morocco but wasn't sure if he and Ceedie were going to go alone. I felt the same so we discussed travelling to Morocco together, safety in numbers and all that. When I left I met some more motorcycle travellers, a couple ...
Yesterday was a practice run for our upcoming big hike from Meyronne, France to Santiago de Compostella, Spain. We were hiking from Meyronne to Rocamadour to collect our Camino passports. It's
about a 15km drive but of course we didn't hike along the road, we went the
back field ways and through the woods. We had done several 20-23km hikes before
I went to the UK
so doing a 30km round hike seemed like a good idea and we both thought ...