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Travel Blogs from Le Vigeant
... no matter what colour the glass is, it all goes in together in the lorry!!
We travelled across the Limousin though very green countryside, most of it very heavily wooded.
We're not sure where they keep these mille vache, because we didn't see very many. In parts the countryside is very English with smaller fields and hedges, and we could see ...
We decided to get some miles under us and made a big jump north to this delightful village. There was a very popular aire, and we squeezed between two English vans. This resulted in an evening of natter and wine making for a very pleasant night. Next morning we trotted into the village for the daily baguette, viewed the chateau and the very attractive river. So many lovely places in France. We shall never see them ...
... patisserie where Cheryl and I purchased some pastries; as you do when in a small French village.
We set off for St Jean Pied de Port via Danny's house, Joan's son, to drop off Jaygo. I love meeting new relatives I didn't know I had! Anyway, we continued on; we had a long drive ahead of us.
We stopped for lunch at an American-style steak house ...mmm interesting for a vegetarian lol I was happy to see salad ...
This morning we arose after a wonderful night's sleep. I think I fell asleep soon after my head made contact with the pillow and when I awoke this morning I swear I was in the exact position I had got into when I climbed into bed last night. The lost sleep had been found, and more. Fortunately I awoke at a decent time which allowed me to be in sync with the rest of France. After breakfast we went on a walk with Joan and ...
rather simple day today, stocking up again and TRYING to sort out our
Gas! Eventually finding our way to Ourdour Sur Glane for the night
where Dan felt a little unmanned by the highly organised Motorhomer
parked next door giving us all sorts of hints and tricks. The
following morning we took off to the 'Village Martyr' which ...