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... on and then in the distance we spied Kevin descending on us both. A strange man appeared by the boat in advance, but didn’t speak, appearing to be sussing out the situation. Sadly the Germans had already been knobbled, agreeing to tie alongside Kevin, so that disabled passengers could disembark. The woman owner had spun this yarn about her eco-dreams blah, blah. We suggested they tie alongside us as it would be better for them and Kevin dutifully bullied his ...
... chalet for changeover being an hour closer. Well we got as far as Condom this time before learning that the next lock was broken so we can go no further. So having done a day of 15 locks to get this far, we decided to stay for a few days around changeover and the trip was indeed an hour less. The river to be honest is quite boring, a horrid muddy colour from the soil washed off the fields and quite low down so we are unable to see the surrounding land. Condom ...
... many as we would have thought. A real mixture of Canal boats.
Cycling past hectares of maize crops close to 4m tall, sunflowers, apple and kiwifruit orchards all add to the mix of scenery. Loved coming into Agen where the Canal is actually a bridge over the river Garonne and a road. The Canal goes around the outskirts of Agen and this is where we left to go to Chateaux Marcel. Arrived at 3pm all hot and sweaty after close to ...
... are they going or where have they come from with so much stuff. Are they touring for months. Quite alot of couples biking with their babies that are in trailer seats sleeping peacefully while their parents pull them along. Its hard enough just getting ourselves to our nightly destinations let alone dragging trailers! There are many quirky sights along the canal that we have no ideas their meaning or significance - its ...
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 ...