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Had a tootal around on our bikes today including a lovely lunch by the river (Dordogne). We then headed up the steep incline to Domme. It was so steep and hot I think Sue's trying to kill me. Wonder if she has me insured? Even though it's like an old fortress I still managed to find some shops at the ...
A full day of touring today. First up we visited the Chateau Des Milandes which was a former residence of Josephine Baker ( a black American singer/dancer who came to France in 1937 and fell in love with the chateau and eventually bought it in 1947) (see Google for more information). The chateau was built in 1489 and had many owners and in 1900 became the property of Mr. Claverie, a rich industrialist. After many alterations it was sold to a doctor, Mr. Males, in 1932 before being ...
... occasions I get taken for just a little bit. I've visited my family before on motorbike and this area isn't new for me. At some point I come to a shop that I've also visited when I was here on my motorbike. I buy a package of fig cookies. I know now that I won't make it to my family today. I've walked for about sixty kilometre today and that's by far my biggest stretch yet. I decide to walk till I see a nice spot to put up camp. ...
... had a lot of melons and corn which was being used as the trellis for beans. There was also an amazing array dahlias of all colours at the edge of the vegetable patch. We have seen a lot of dogs but haven't had any chase us. Today one decided to chase Peter and then retreat to the safety of the bank and just bark at us as we cautiously passed. We had missed the sign indicating our turning junction because of our focus on the dog. Backtracking past the dog ...
... dried), olives antipasti, breads, spices, nougat, chocs to name just a few. With a very exceptions we found the vendors very friendly and obliging. Consequently tea that night was a ploughmans sampling all our purchases and washed down with some local wine. The Main Street if filled with patisserie,nougat, chocolate and biscuit shops. If you tour this region don't expect to return to OZ without putting on a few "kilos" Tomorrow sadly we leave this area and head for Spain via ...