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... mountain walks, well in a snowless autumn anyway. On a recommendation from our hosts, we ventured off to find a four hour walk to see and capture a couple of mountain lakes. As per usual we got there the hard way but the adventurous way. After one hours driving through the most picturesque terrain imaginable, we discovered a tunnel which separated France from Spain. So we popped over to Spain for a visit. Our walk was definitely in France, so, we ...
... in a hotel, as there are no Alburgues open. Eat at the late hour of 8:30, the norm in Spain & then rest the night away! Did not plan well today, as I didn't have enough food for fuel and the villages were mostly quiet for the season. Many of these villages will become bustling during the winter ski season. They are taking a siesta during the fall! Grateful for my new pilgrim ...
Our hosts took took us to their favourite restaurant for lunch. Chris being Dutch, we went dutch and had a good meal of mushroom and slow egg, veal with fresh pasta, and cocoa iced parfait with a very good 2011 Domaine Lapeyre madiran. Packing filled the evening and then the movie 'Ghost Writer' on TV. We drive up to the Dordogne district ...
... it was full of big motorhomes - all over the place. Think Lake District or New Forest, but allowed to go where you like and stop and camp anywhere.
Lots of cyclists cause we are near the Col de Tourmalet. But a tandem?
We stayed here three nights because of the lovely weather and the wonderful peace. Everything is bright green or deep blue. And not 'organised'. There are no signs, no restrictions, no litter, just ...
... and stalls. We were guided down the narrow streets towards the Church and the Square and the Grotto. Couldn't believe our eyes at the people there. The sick and immobile in wheelchairs and buggies, being pushed by nurses and /or nuns. Some were queuing for water from taps near the grotto(you buy the bottles beforehand) while others were queuing to be immersed in the water in private bath areas and others doing stations of the cross! ...