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A lovely drive today through the most adorable little fortified village and ANOTHER cool chateau with some delicious wines. Once again what they classify as a tasting is dangerous. We were tasting the regional 'Armagnac' (like Cognac) and it was huge! Blimey Blimey. We knew we had hit the south when we could see the snow capped mountains of ...
... me. Both the river and the road went into this 50x50m hole in the mountain side. After 50m the ceiling of the cave was just a meter above the vans roof. It all felt like a roller coaster were you was just waiting for the bid drop. After about 500m we got out on the other side and were both just screaming. I've seen a few pretty good stuff in my time but including the surprise moment in this, it's one of the best. I just could not believe it. We drove back and through ...
... different in a lot of ways so I felt that it would be nice to have someone to talk to about other stuff, vent a bit about Barry and Virginia too cos they're not perfect. No one is. Kirsten has been here a week now and it goes on well. She's a nice girl and got her head on her shoulders. And I decided to move out to the caravan cos it gives me more space. There's no wifi so I read instead. I play a lot of guitar, and ...
... easily. Spare a thought for those of us that are vertically challenged; it is most disconcerting to sit down and then not have your feet touch the ground because of the height!
And finally. I have just opened an envelope delivered today and after nearly 3 years, three photos and copies of identification, letters, phone calls, emails and finally a personal visit from me, I have received my Carte Vitale, or health card. One just has to be determined to live ...
Starting at Bagneres de Luchon, the Day 4 marathon stage was 133km, with 85km timed (the descents off two climbs were untimed, Azet plus the final descent from the Tourmalet). We had four Cat 1 or HC cols:• Col de Peyresourde, 1569m altitude, 929 metres altitude gain over 14.5km.• Col d’Azet, 1580m altitude, 616 metres altitude gain over 7.5km.• Col d’Aspin, 1489m altitude, 784 metres altitude gain over 12km.• ...
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