Auberge des Pins
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- Free parking
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When we arrived in France, I joined a Facebook page called "New Zealanders in France". This has proved to be extremely helpful in several ways, one of them being we saw an invitation to Kiwi's to help a small winery in the Graves region, South Bordeaux, harvest their grapes for the season's wine.
The tiny little winery, Domaine de la Chouette, is run by an French couple, alongside Fenella Davis & Peter Antkowiak, a New Zealander and American who ...
... it was a beach day so after our usual breakfast of chocolate chip brioche with jam we made the trek back up the sand dune and over the other side to the beach. We had a nice relaxing day and Jim even took his inflatable kayak that I had got him for his birthday and had fun playing around in the water. That night we went back up the dune, taking some extra layers with us and watched the sunset.
The next day was pretty much the same although a lot hotter. Walking back ...
Today was a scheduled loop walk, to Ste Croix du Mont, through hills and small valleys passing interesting mills and Castles. The trail passes by the tomb of the famous painter Toulouse Lautrec and even that didn't tempt us as the temperature was predicted to be 43 deg. so a decision was made last night to take a rest day. Except for the energetic Dannielle and Penny, who decided to head out ...
My two companions left very early this morning so that I wouldn't have to spend too much time alone in the refuge today. By 6am, they were gone. I decided to skip breakfast and lay in bed writing until all the other pilgrims left the refuge. When they were gone, around 8am, I got up and met with the hostess, who took me in her camper to Mont de Marsan, about 27km away. Along the way, we had a conversation about why I had decided to ...
I woke up today feeling not feeling quite right after the meal last night. The hiking would have been quite good had it not been for that. We diverted from the road to take a more interesting trail, and it wound around a lake and up and down through hunting grounds. It was very beautiful and very muddy.
We stopped in Bazas for lunch, to eat at a local restaurant. This restaurant was pretty terrible, ...