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We arrived in Saint-Aignan last night only to find that we had zero coverage for our AT&T mobile phones, which made getting in touch with our VRBO house host a bit difficult. After parking and getting acquainted with the little town, we headed to the town library to see if they had a phone we could use. No dice, unfortunately, but they helpfully directed us to the town square where ...
... some larger towns and got acquainted with the French toll road system, which, after you get used to it, isn't too difficult to deal with. What is difficult to deal with is how expensive driving on the toll roads is. We ended up spending somewhere around 35 Euros (around $48.00 US) in tolls, all told.
See you tomorrow, after we are in ...
... the historic center for a bit, but it was wet and miserable so we only stayed in the city for an hour. The cathedral was definitely worth the slight detour, though.
Rather bedraggled, we got back in the car and headed to our motor inn outside of the city of Chateauroux. We never actually went to Chateauroux, so I have no idea what that city is like. This stop was simply a midway point right off the highway at which to spend the night. We loved it; it ...
... swaps. Doing well in South Africa, but Kenya is proving a little more difficult.
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This will be a final post on 'Latin America - on the trail of the Bowen ancestors' and I hope you have enjoyed travelling with us through this blog.
... personal. In the top ten zoos in the EU this really delivered! One of
the sloths even put on a big ol scratching/yawning/self pleasuring
show for us! All a matter of metres away. I was thrilled, I think
even Dan and Ella got caught up in the Sloth Excitement. Lot's of
incredible tropical birds and some awesome Armadillos...so cool! They
had so many animals not seen before...Anteaters, Snow Leopards,