Prieure de Hautelande
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... will be chaos. So plan 4: the go to Vianne on the Baïse and moor the boat there for 4 weeks, which we are allowed to do. However, the French would not let us go there and use the lock because the water levels are so low due to the weather and the producteurs irrigating from the river. **** happens, but the lack of accurate information and decision-making is irritating. We aren’t always brilliant in the UK, but in this situation we would be provided ...
Thursday 18th June 2015
We set off from Jaca a little later than anticipated as we got up late - told you we were tired – No mashing tackle in the room!!!! So had to go to the hotel bar and have a Coffee, Orange Juice and Croissant! Notice the "had to".
Eventually leaving for the 173 mile ride from ...
... the rhythm of our feet and the endless canopy of trees. I was determined to continue walking through the pain in my foot, but my companions noticed that I was being very quiet. I couldn't hide any longer that I was in true pain.
It was very strange because if I stopped walking for even two minutes, starting to walk again was excruciatingly painful. But, once I had been walking for fifteen or twenty minutes, I could regain a normal pace and ...
... everything on my plate had come straight from a can. We explained to the waitress very carefully that we wanted the salads without meat. Mine arrived without meat, but the architect's still had the meat on his. When he requested a new salad, she literally just took the plate to the back room, pulled off the meat, and returned with the same platter, with the lettuce still wilted from the warmed meat. My companion was not very ...
... fences across the trail at many different points. This meant that we literally had to throw our backpacks and poles over the fences, then we army-crawled under them. This was by far the most interesting the hike has been! My companions took some very flattering pictures of me crawling under electric wire, which we all laughed at later.
We arrived in the town, Reole, around lunchtime and we stopped at a café to drink some ...