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Travel Blogs from Angouleme
... and Ella made fantastic
nurses, caring for me whilst I lay in bed for 2 days. We were meant
to stay for 2 weeks here, but there was quite a bit of sickness in
the house and we didn't want Ella falling to it so we said our
goodbyes. Rather sad as we had just settled in and Ella really didn't
want to leave her friends. Petra gave Ella a lovely set of Dominoes
and we got a big bottle of fresh milk to take with us. Yummo!
... hunt with trained dogs.
In Bergerac Dad thought he remembered (from a cycle trip here 22 years ago) where there was an amazing public toilet that cleans itself automatically after each visit and we found it where he said. Funny what nonsense is stored in old brains..
We also received a brilliant, detailed two hour lecture and demonstration of truffle farming and have become interested in the idea of planting some truffles in NZ.
Slept in & went over to Leo & Lennie's around lunch time. Had a bit of lunch then a family game of boche, the game with the silver balls. Kids had a swim with Leo & Lennie, Alice booked our next few nights accommodation and I had a nap on the daybed. Rough life for some. Went into La Rochefoucauld for one last look around. Leo took us to a little café they usually go to on Wednesday afternoons for a quiet drink & a few games of keno with ...
... meal was mashed potatoes & beef borg stuff, and as much as you like. If you ran out they would bring you more. Cheese & dessert was the same. All this for around 15 euros. Best value plus best tasting meal on the trip so far. Home by 9:30 and an early night. Off to Leo's tomorrow to help cut wood & relax. Should mention the weather, it has been sunny and around 27 degrees since leaving Paris.
... but again with narrow streets, an old abbey and bridge. Alice tells me I have to say it's the oldest bell tower in France. So I've said it. Most of the shops closed as it's Monday. Love the French. Back at Leo's for a baked dinner and a few drinks. Off on a long trip to the coast, La Rochelle, tomorrow & kids are looking forward to seeing a beach. Told them not to be to ...