Hotel Kyriad Chateauroux
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... faithfully reconstructed in the 1920s. That is why the church is in such good condition.
We had rain overnight, and so the already damp grass was slippery. But with care and a bit of sliding, we managed to get off and travelled towards the coast. But we forgot to empty the cassette, so we had to find an aire in which to dump the black water. Unfortunately, there was no water tap to flush with, so we had to use our drinking water.
We did not intend to spend too ...
... the cascading streams.We saw plants we had not seen before on our hike. When we were absolutely fatigued, we rounded a corner and could finally see the ruins of the Crozant towers. The beauty of the view made us instantly forget our fatigue as we walked the last 5km. It is easy to see how hundreds of artists were inspired to paint here. The natural beauty, the ruins, and the sweeping views from the cliffs are unforgettable. The last few km were ...
... more English that that.) I am forced to speak French and only French.
This is not easy. Sure, I can more than get by, but I lack all the subtlety of
language that I am used to having with English. When I have something to add to
conversations, I know that my words are constantly falling short of my
thoughts. I know that I sound like a child. I know that it is difficult
sometimes for others to understand my accent. I am surrounded by people who do
... owner, we head off for Argenton-sur-Creuse.
This turns out to be a very pretty and incredibly lively small French town.
Kathleen then treats me to lunch, at one of
the cafes in the main square.
Sadly, because we are on ...
... keen on dwelling on the War (either WW1 or WW2), except to say, we do not want to see a repeat performance.
I certainly do not appreciate the sort of
"Biggles" jokes and anti ...