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... about 600kms by car in the country and saw some very pretty places. The south west where we are seems to be prospering and is worth a longer look. There was a bar man in Paris with tattoos of men's faces on his forearm. Turns out they are pictures of "Frenchmen who killed Nazis". I think WW2 is still front of mind for many ...
... 80. Steve and I collected $5 on this one. Or it's racist that all male Saints have beards.
By the way Sandra had one more encounter with the "ball grabber" apparently she asks women for cigarettes and only men for money.
After six days together I have lost all shame and burp and **** at will - unfortunately Steve and Sandra have maintained decorum and I'm starting to feel isolated. Although I don't think Steve can hold out much longer.
... would need to enter a pin, sign or proceed inside, but no. The arrogant man inside would not help us. Apparently,we think, you just need to swipe your card and that is it. We will see. Need to check the credit card statement.
It was a bit tense starting off. Making sure we drove on the opposite side of the road was quite a challenge. Just need to try and remember that the driver goes to the middle of the road. Also it is quite a big vehicle. Need to make sure we centre ...
... guess the awning will be ok..... We headed pretty-much due south, and soon tripped-over a sign to a chateau ( they're as common-as over here ) and peeled off to have a look. A pretty impressive sight, the massive structure was perched on the top of highest knoll in the district, and apparently designed to impress and awe the pretenders and minions. Originally built in the 12th century, and added-to and modified over the years, until the 15th century, and then ...
Wow - number 1 village by far. As you will see in some of the photo's the properties and views are stunning. We wandered in and around many of the cobble stone type streets, through small tunnels and passageways. There is a reason they have all non residents park in one spot at the bottom as the narrow 'roads' would be a nightmare for a non-resident to manage. Walking was a balancing act in ...