Hostellerie du Chateau de La Pomarede
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... ha Dorien va a Madrid en auto mardi! ben coudont lets go, jva a madrid!Mega bouffe qui nous attend, wow on est traiter comme des rois, on mange et on boit! oh Attention au jambon!!! jpense quon sest toute peter la tete apres ce foutu jambon accrocher au plafond lol! apres un nombre inombrable de bouteilles de vin, oufff il sort le fort et les shooter! jai comme un feeling que ca va finir tard, cette soiree la!
on sest coucher vers 5hrs ...
... funny watching it take off. Apparently called a Beluga Airbus as it looks like the whale. The front or tail section swing around for loading.
Well I am off to have a cool drink before we board our flight to Singapore (may even make it a g&t). We are really looking forward to arriving home. We have had a wonderful time over the past 5 weeks but we are ready to get home.
take care and talk soon,
Nana-Jan and ...
... in France has been everything I wished it to be - the scenery, the people, the food, the wine and a great bed each night. We are so pleased that we decided to stay here and just drive to different areas each day.
Take care everyone and I will talk to you all soon.
Nana-jan & ...
Our time in France is quickly coming to a close. Tomorrow we will be driving back to Toulouse to return the car before flying out to Singapore for a rest stop.
What a wonderful area we are in. This morning the sun rise was spectacular - streaky colours of red and orange across the sky - wonder if it means weather!!
Yesterday we meandered about - only got misplaced once but what a road we end up on. It was only as wide as our car, twisting and turn back ...
... at siesta time when the shops are closed - he reckons that he has saved a lot of money this way.
We are both full of a head cold and today have decided to head west into the mountains and tonight we are off to a local farm for supper. Apparently they grow all that you eat. It is usually either duck or lamb. More about that tomorrow.
My apologies to the french for any errors in spelling of the ...