Campanile Limoges Nord
Travel Blogs from Limoges
... that you feel like you could join a random group and party with them. This time with the added discovery of the plains of Extremadura, the mountains of Asturias and the greens and the coast of the Basque Country, but the feeling of familiarity with the country's culture and language made me feel at home again, almost like I never left. Hasta ...
We left Peyrac le Chateau on a clear, fine morning after the downpour the previous night.
Great excitement (for me!) first thing when an enormous Veolia lorry arrived at the Aire to empty the glass recycling skips . The lorry even had a little lift for the driver so he could see into the lorry to check progress. Watching him confirmed what we had ...
... that fell victim to the atrocity of war. We then wandered the town, along the decaying streets amongst the ruins viewing the places where people had died that day many years ago. To shake away the sadness lingering from the atrocities of Oradour sur Glane, we decided to continue to drive thorough the countryside to the rural natural village of Montrol Senard. This is a working village that has become a museum. A complete antidote to our ...
rather simple day today, stocking up again and TRYING to sort out our
Gas! Eventually finding our way to Ourdour Sur Glane for the night
where Dan felt a little unmanned by the highly organised Motorhomer
parked next door giving us all sorts of hints and tricks. The
following morning we took off to the 'Village Martyr' which ...
... into absolutely EVERYTHING...utterly fearless. He's an Adventurer for
sure. Seeing behind the scenes where our milk comes from was really
great, especially being able to explain it all to Ella. But you can
really see how it must be a struggle. The small price we pay for
milk, and ALL the work that goes into it, and the pressure it puts on
these families.... We kind of found our own work as working on the
dairy we ...