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... what it was like back in the day. It was a massive castle with houses and shops and everything. It looks exactly like something out of Robin Hood. Very fun to explore. Stoned walkways. Very yummy French lunch before we cross the border into Spain. And we have made it to ...
Up early (well Phil was) to take Tess to the dog groomer. He came back with 2 lovely croissants plus custard fancies for lunch and the usual bread. Whilst she was there (2 hours) we cleaned, packed up and filled up with water. When he went to pick her up the young girl assistant unhitched the little dog she just finished who ran to Phil. He made a fuss of her and said tres Bon which was when the girl realised, wrong dog!!!! Setting ...
... house - undercover, but outdoors. There were a French couple from Avignon who were tourists driving round, a German woman walking alone and us. Plus our host, who is in fact the owner of the place and the younger woman is his wife. He is actually Dutch, but moved here 26 years ago, and his wife is French, and I suspect the original older couple may be her parents....who knows. But it was wonderful. He joined us for the ...
Had breakfast in the house of our slightly eccentric woman - very good home made bread and jams (the jams everywhere are always home made, and many varieties) and good coffee. The wifi there was difficult as the stone walls of our bedroom were so thick that there was no reception and we had to be outside in the garden - which was OK in the afternoon, but not at night or the dewy morning! Left at about 9 ...
... of the way round. At one end is the chateau of the Comte d'Armagnac (or what once was) and from the whole way round up in the town itself is the expanse of countryside that we walk through. We have definitely left mountains behind for a while, and will hopefully be flattish walking till we come to the Pyrenees foothills at the end of our walk. For much of the day since our wander we have spent in ...