Domaine de Rasigous
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Woke to sunshine again, decided we could cope with all the niggles, even the fridge decided to play up again last night. We decided to head south towards the Pyrenees. Took the toll road down and around Toulouse as it seemed the best route. Coming off the motorway it seemed we'd entered another country. Even the houses were different, squarer and lower roofs. ...
... Ruby stepped in dog poo and then managed to get it all over her bike pedal and I had to use some of the toilet paper we had brought with us to wipe it off. This was probably the point where we should have cut our losses and just headed back to Sven but that is not really our way. We used the maps on our phones to try and determine where we were which really wasn't that close the canal at all and then we had to try and work out how ...
... came out of a French play. He has a mop of curly hair, little round glasses, a striped Breton top and trousers rolled up above his ankles. He is a gentle soul, who caresses every item of food, and exudes an aura of calm. He speaks almost no English. I of course speak almost no French, however, I do speak food. I speak food surprisingly well. In fact, I speak food so well that I am capable of translating Roberrrrr's instructions for the rest of ...
... was pretty fun going down the rapids, but the main excitement was in the first half of the 9km trip. After 6km, the wind was picking up, and we had to use more effort to gain distance. The wind was against us, so sometimes if we stopped paddling, we would go ...
... were snails galore floating one top - eeek. I was also intrigued that the waste - skins etc are sent to a distillery. A this winery produces thousands of bottles of wine everything is very mechanical - from harvesting to filling, corking and labelling. After the winery tour we then boarded a barge and went for a relaxing trip along the Canal du Midi and tasted quite a selection of wines. The barge trip was so peaceful - beautiful morning dappled sun, lots of cyclists and walkers ...