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... and I am glad we have been able to see a little of the town. The plan now is to back down slowly and visit Laverdac and Nerac before crossing back over the Garonne. The weather has been mixed, with blazing hot days followed by massive thunderstorms, very different to last year.
Changeover was a bit of a rush. I really don’t know how people manage to make so much mess in a week! Stefan had to clean the cooker as everything had been fried. They ...
We were a bit late starting 9.50am as were doing blogs LOL. No a bit to much great food and wine. Anyway we took it nice and easy for the first ten kms then once you warm up the pace quickens to between 20 to 24kms per hr. turned out to be very hot towards the end of the ride.
The first part of the canal was lovely with big trees shading us, the further along we went it was more open and not so pretty, a few other riders but ...
... good pace stopping to take photos. I am surprised by how few touring cyclists we are meeting along the given that it is peak holiday time in europe. Not my chosen time of year to be here really but its just how it has worked out and thats how it is. Everything is more expensive for accommodation at this time of year. When we do come across the odd ones they have so much gear sometimes towing trailers behind their bikes, we ...
Morning! it's Mar. Today we woke up in Agen.
And I'm doing some computing work, so I'll upload some pictures we took during the trip.
For information we woke up in Agen because we parked here last night after a big and tiring day on the canal, we are so good in the locks that we are a little ahead of schedule.
Agen is a beautiful town I am tempted to stay, but I have decided to have a bit of a break in Toulouse instead, so bit of shopping tonight ...
We left Nerac at 8.45am for what would be our biggest day on the river. We had 25 km to cover, and 10 locks, and it would take around 6 hours. Highlights included seeing a beaver scurry up the riverbank and into a field of corn. We also passed within 5km of a little village called Frechou, where each year in August the Melon Seed Spitting World Championships are held! Apparently the winners can spit their seeds over 12 ...