Campanile Limoges Nord
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... When we got back to Pierre Tess was definitely not right. When I stroked her I could feel fluid or air under her skin and she was very lethargic, so it was a quick dash to the vets. She was really poorly by the time we got to see the vet and wouldn't even stand up, so Phil carried her in. She was kept in over night being given oxygen and antibiotics and we were told we would have to take ...
... situation is where we are parallel to a slip road, and a vehicle is coming alongside with the intention of slipping into the lane behind me. I have seen the 'Oh! ****' moment many times, when the driver realises that there is something behind Monty, and has to brake - hard!
We still observe the 'boy racer' driver here in France. The type that insists on overtaking in low speed zones or at speed humps, but they aren't common.
What is common is ...
... have been the birds. Tits just outside the windows and blackbirds feeding off the berries. Jays everywhere and robins singing their little hearts out. We are under the migration flight path for geese off to Africa. The noise they make is extraordinary. You can see the skein of geese high up heading south.
This has been a lovely few days. Now we continue our journey by travelling east to Angouleme and then on to ...
Oradour-sur-Glane is a horror story from the war.
It was, well still is as they built a new village, a small village in France.
On the 10th of June 1944 a German army unit surrounded this small village and massacred everyone in it, including the children. It's quite an eery place, as everything has been left where it was on that day. Cars in garages, one in the ...
Mick had told me to call in on Baz, that he'd love to have me stay, all is good.
So imagine my surprise when me and Spike were winding Stella up, that they didn't even know who I was!
When I turned up, Baz took one look and said, Gotta be honest mate I don't recognise you at all.
So we sat down, had a drink, ate some lovely food, and chatted.
Baz and Stella live on a lovely piece of land with a ...