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... here in Nerac and many of her books based in South West France, use towns and villages near to her home. Thanks to our time on the boat around this area, we have become very familiar with the region and I have read so many travel books, which are based here, it almost feels like a second home! Maurice and I exchanged Facebook contacts and then he asked me what nationality I was because my French accent was so good; I just love it when I get a compliment like that! Or ...
... had the materials to repaint, this had to be delayed due to Stef’s mum’s illness and subsequent passing. His sister threw out the spare engine he bought and stored in his mum’s garage, and then he thought he had left his credit card in the Brico at Tonneins and went back to check, but no card. Oh and the horn has also packed up, we discovered due to spider’s nests, and today we discovered that he fuel cap is missing on the Landrover so all ...
... 18km with my top speed of 27km. Anyway we had a pitstop under a bridge before the final leg into Moissac. What was to be 30km was in fact 40km.
Arriving at the Hotel it started to rain again so Jacqui checked in while I stayed with the bikes. Le Pont Napoleon is a quaint 3 star Hotel and being 3 floors up and away from the road meant it was quiet. Off with wet gear and into some not so ironed clothes we walked into Town for Plat du Jour
We both ...
... the little dots, was the only way I could find the curser.
We were a bit late starting 9.50am as were doing blogs LOL. No a bit to much great food and wine. Anyway we took it nice and easy for the first ten kms then once you warm up the pace quickens to between 20 to 24kms per hr. turned out to be very hot towards the end of the ride.
The first part of the canal was lovely with big trees shading us, the further along we went it was more open and not so pretty, a few other riders but ...