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Travel Blogs from Cordes-sur-Ciel
... aire in Castelnau Montratier. My fault! I was too ambitious when we did not need to be. Never mind, we found a flat parking space, opened a bottle of red and hunkered down with some pasta and patisserie from the biggest Leclerc I have ever seen. We stopped at the Porte d'Albi on our way to pick up a few essentials - wine! The aire was excellent, just by some windmills - couldn't be a better ...
... a pèse rien (~300g). Le meilleur rapport poids/chaleur mais il faut le combiner une membrane coupe vent étanche.
So I have
- 6 short sleeves T-shirt / 6 T-shirt manches courtes
- 3 long sleeves T-shirt / 3 T-shirt manches longues
- 2 merino wool jumper / 2 pull en laine merino
- 2 zipped walking troussers / 2 pantashort de rando
- 1 jean
- 2 leggins
- 1 pyjama
- 1 hat / 1 ...
The Lonely Planet China has ~1040 pages and weights over 800g. It's a monster! And I don't even need all of it. So I decided to dismantle it. It is a rather easy process.
You need: the book, an hair-drier, a small scissor and a pair of cloves to protect your hands from the heat.
First: remove the softcover from the pages by heating up the side of the ...
... and Canadians there and had some banter ... rugby, soccer and wine. We drove back through the countryside, no less beautiful than before. The sun had broken through, the narrow well-made tree-lined roads winding on, giving Jan and the Peugot a chance to sparkle. I am told Napolean ordered trees to be planted along the sides of the roads to enable his armies to march forth in the shade and cover more ground. They now remain as a feature of ...
Breakfast in the kitchen with the others busying about their day and then off to Castre 20 minutes away to catch a morning market. The drive through these collonaded roads and farm land from the picture books was easy. Maybe we're relaxed, but Vivienne was being pushy and curt today. Castre is a bigger centre but familiar, wider roads and designed for warmth. We found a fabulous market D'Abeville and bought fish, a baguette, salad ...