Travel Blogs from Brive-la-Gaillarde
- Karen & Greg, Sally, Darlene and Ted depart for Montpellier and Marseille
- Katie, Kevin, Ben and Sophie arrive from Burlington, Ontario (via England, Paris and Bordeaux)
- Kate and Damon arrive from Toronto (via Paris and Bordeaux)
- Maggie and Peter arrive from England (via Bergerac)
... shoulder or back haunch. The 3D effects are amazing and mind blowing for people to have done from so long ago. The paintings include extinct species, which were alive at the time they were painted, wooly rhinoceroses, mammoths, ibex There is damage to some of the paintings from long ago and GRAFFITI from a ways back - 1776!!! Local thugs would take a candle in and burn their names into the ceiling. Insane. Last stop was ...
Awesome medieval village clinging to the cliff side, a place of pilgrimage on the way to Santiago de Compostela. "Houses above the stream, churches above the houses, rocks above the churches and castle on the rock"' all this less than 25 minutes ...
... goo") felt the sweet embrace of warm air was when I ****** and the cold breeze whisked that away far too quickly. I shall have to eat plenty of beans and cheese tonight.
After we left our camping spot we found a lovely shelter with a picnic bench and table only 3 mins down the road. Damn! Oh well, c'est la vie. Onwards to Rocamadour!!!
I'd like to take a moment now to ramble about the ground, yes that's right, the one ...
... over a fire. So we set up out hammocks, dad had some wine, I had a John Smiths and we ate as much as we could from the fridge bag knowing that every bite meant one less thing to carry tomorrow. Unfortunately we didn't get through as much as i would have liked. Sorry back, you'll have to carry it tomorrow too. Maybe tomorrow when we're packing up I can accidentally on purpose leave it behind. The ants will thank me for it. Something to think about whilst faling asleep. ...
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