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Wow, it is beautiful down here, quite different to the Loire region, it is quite rural with the rugged Pyrenees in the background and bordering Spain. Diana's forefathers came from the south of France so we drove 6 hrs to Buzy near Pau to stay and get the feel of her great grandfather's place. We had a quick look around the very close knitted communities then checked into our b&b. We stayed in a b&b La Maïnade which had rooms and also provided dinner. Sitting at ...
Regarding the title, no, not the guy with the guitar - the rain! 4 days in now and it's barely stopped.. but being British and plucky I soldier on. In case you were wondering, the guitar practice seems to have been limited to 1/2 hour sessions which stopped at about 9m, so no harmonica required.
I went for a late shower on the last night at DO RAY MI FAR SO LA TI DO or whatever it was called and when I went ...
The same. Gorgeous chateau gradually succumbing to nature and hidden from view, just waiting to be brought back to life.
That's me, scrubbing the winter's algae from the edges of the pool, digging out nettles and raking it all into piles.
Brer Rabbit in the Briar Patch?
That's Rick battling the huge blackberry canes, chopping them into pieces, then chucking the ...
Nicole was our French teacher at Mosman Community College. Richard did her French for Travellers course and I her intermediate French on Saturday mornings. Ooh la la! She has the patience of a saint.
Merci beaucoup, Nicole.
Richard began by ordering un carafe d'eau at the restaurant in le Manoire de l'Acherie where we overnighted on the way from Calais to Charzais. He was a bit worried when it didn't appear but as Madame walked past and he looked ...
... some pet sitting in the UK and some DIY in France where we are helping maintain a small chateau just north east of La Rochelle.
The owners live and work in the Languedoc and can't manage the property easily from afar, and as it's being let out as a vacation rental in a few weeks time, they need quite a few jobs to be done.
I now see why people shy away from such lovely old buildings. The upkeep is relentless. ...