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We were up, packed up and ready to leave by 8.30 this morning!!! No alarm was necessary as the dutchy caravan and family behind us decided to start packing up and left by 7.30!! We knew we had a bit of a trek today- Simon had planned it so we did a big drive and broke the back of the 13 hour drive back to Cov. The six and a bit hour drive to Nonette was the best we've done yet, the weather was good and ...
... countryside along little winding roads.
We made our way to Laguiole to buy knives (of course). We checked out a few options and then had some lunch. The first restaurant was like a massive, airless food hall that kept on going and going. We left and ended up in another where the waiter was abrupt, but the steak was good. We walked up to the forges to see where the famous knives were made. It was a hot, steep walk and we got tooted, our first as pedestrians! The forge was sort ...
After a long and tiring journey we arrived at our campsite. Weather is lovely so went for an uphill walk in the evening. Just enjoying a beer in the bar now. Day by the pool tomorrow me thinks. Did a little reading by the van after breakfast and then dozed off. After lunch went and had a dip in the pool. After some much needed sunbathing we decided to have a game of tennis - Sue cheated of course! Sat in the shade now with cool beer ...
... as it was 1:30 and tomorrow there was another party! We cleaned up a little and went to bed. 13th We got up a little late around 10:30 had breakfast and as Hubert had some things to do we took our bikes and went into town. We drove around for 2 hours and went for a drink on a nice terrace and a late lunch before meeting Hubert for a drink on another terrace next to the river which was beautiful. After an hour or so dark clouds started to arrive and ...
... kilometres, and is known as the ‘red desert’.
It’s been great to be on the road again and exploring some more of France’s hidden gems but we have agreed to help Michel in the south as he wants to plant a new vineyard……should be fun!!!! Thanks again to everyone who has commented on our blog, it’s great to know that you are all still out there and following our adventures, until next ...