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Travel Blogs from Limoges
... cove beaches of Algarve, the charm of old Lisbon, the history of the great discoveries, the olive tree fields of Alentejo and its hearty, coriander-flavored cuisine, the character of Evora its mixed heritage... Coming back to Spain only reinforced my former opinion, that it feels socially alive and closely-woven, with people being so warm ...
... We had to give up on seeing the last bit of the village and make a dash back to the visitor centre. very few people had coats as it was so hot and most people were soaked through to the skin - but no one cared.
I have to give a title to each photo in order to upload it, so please excuse this if the titles seem a bit irrelevant.
... day. To be greeted with a fire and candles burning in our room that was a delight. The next morning we drove to Oradour sur Glane, a war ruined village that has been retained as a memorial for the people who died there. The whole population (642) was rounded up by a SS platoon and killed on 10 June 1944. This was a very sobering and thoughtful place to visit. We first visited the memorial, which told the story in words & pictures of a ...
must of been there. Hardest being seeing the cemetary/memorial, where
entire families were wiped out. Still no reason why this
happened...absolutely shocking, and still such things go on today.
After quite a depressing morning we travelled onto Limoges where we
finally sorted our Gas and onwards to our campsite for the ...
too much/too little light, quite amusing). Isabella turned out to be
Ella's bestie (most of the time!) and she spoke some English so it
was easy for Ella to get by. (She also speaks Dutch and French...aged
5, sheesh!) Little Marc was like no other, and unfortunately Isabella
and Ella were not so keen to have him in their club! You could pop
this boy on YouTube, Huge Smile, big blue eyes and blond hair ...