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... adaptors to save weight. so i spent 4 hrs thinking how on earth i was going to navigate to bordeaux without a gps given my map which has a scale of 10k=1cm....i.e. not at all helpful for cycling, is hence useless for navigation. its funny but those few hours felt completely different as i just thought that was it, no more communicating with home, it finally felt like i was travelling by myself in the unknown. no more french lessons on my iPod or BBC news, or films/tv in english ...
... aussi l'intention d'y acheter une bouteille de vin, mais comme les francais ne travaillent pas de midi a 14h00 nous nous sommes rive le nez sur la porte de la maison du vin.
Ensuite, nous nous sommes diriges vers la ville de Cognac, un petit detour, mais c'etait encore une fois pour une bonne cause : nous voulions parfaire nos connaissances sur la fabrication ...
Hi guys and gails,
Sorry have had to remove the comments option as some people are so sad and just wish to ruin others people works.
It is a shame that they do not publish their names so that we could place comments on their blogs. I realy enjoyed my stay at La Giraudiere and Paul the host was fabulous to live and work with. My stay at LG will stay with me for the rest of my life so go spam on someone else's blog not mine.
Situated at the edge of the commune of Souneras on the road from Mirambeau to Montendre, the Campsite is capable of taking any type of tourer, Motor home or tent, there is two electric supplies (10amp and 16amp), OR you could rent a static caravan.
The reason we returned yet again though was the peaceful site and the fishing after the hectic 17 nights of Benidorm. The site is ...
Camped the night right along side the river. A group of Italians played accoustic guitar until the early hours and everyone sat out to enjoy the music.
Explored Bourg the next morning. Large Citadel located on the cliff top looking down on the river. Some amazing buildings which look as though they have just been taken out of Greece or Morroco and stuck here.
Onto Bordeaux tomorrow.