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Up early to pack ready for out trip to Bayonne, bike wheels off and all packed then another lovely breakfast with David & Sundara and friends Robin & Celia. Big hugs all round before driving down the Canal, setting the GPS for Bayonne where we were going to stay with a terrific vibrant young couple we had met in Thailand at the end of 2012. We had ...
... of the Tour. Sadly our Charantaise neighbour, who liked to share a glass of Cognac or Pineau at the top of the road with us, passed away in June – another elderly neighbour gone. I have never seen so many camping cars; no wonder my B & B business is virtually non-existent!
So after cleaning 5 bedrooms and bathrooms, washing 11 beds of linen, 22 towels all on a day of rain, ironing, cutting grass, cleaning and de-commissioning the rest of the house, we have a few weeks on the ...
We said our goodbyes to David and Sundara and headed off from Ventenac to the Basque, 425km drive, we decided to go via the tolls and wow can you eat of the km's on these autoroutes, cruising along at 130km it wasn't long before we had cruised past Toulouse and was 1/2 way there. Pau was a stopping point to check out the city as we had been told it was really nice. Now before you all call it Pau it is pronounced PO and that's not poo either. Pau is located at the foot ...
... called Isobel to look out for us. We were then seen on the TV twice at one point for about 5 seconds... Pete and I then turned our attention to some real Tour de France memorabilia, we grabbed a few signs, that we're no longer in need. Then we started our drive towards Orleans, with a couple of stops to grab some more signs. We arrived in Orleans, our accommodation was very basic, Marc, Pete and I were in the same room, we had dinner at the buffet at the hotel, again basic but filling. ...
... was a massive business model, basically you arrive, go to a shop and hire your wheelchair or bed, then buy your candle, then go to the service and be touched by the holy water. As for the holy water you go to a series of "caroma" hardware taps and buy your bottom and press the button to get your dose of holy water. My thoughts were that holy water was special, I expected a small drip of water coming from a rock. The reality is its a plumbed series of pipes and taps. There were ...
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