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... by recommending Queensland and in particular North Queensland as the best places to visit! This afternoon we went for a walk around Montpezat and for a play in the local playground with Kate and Roy where Bastian was given a beginners guide to cricket!
We have had a nice quiet and relaxed past three days so we will be well rested for the week ahead. Sadly this will be our last week in Montpezat-de-Quercy before we move onto the next village.
... theatres which are used as classrooms for schools visiting the museum. The museum built on what we have been learning over the past few days and provided an excellent opportunity for Kate and Roy to actually read first hand accounts of the actions of the Resistance fighters such as smuggling allied soldiers over the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain, and has left us all wanting to learn more.
... going to visit.
This afternoon we had to go back into Montauban for Nathan to get a quote for the insurance company to repair the car. We were again assisted by Thierry who arranged for his friend from the garage to fit us in straight away and do the quote on the spot saving us time and money as well as sparing us from trying to explain what we need to a stranger with our improving but still very very limited ...
... and Fulham although there are distinctly less men called Tarquin with their Rugger shirt collars turned up and bizarrely less large four wheel drive cars. The area looks quite like England with deciduous trees and rolling farmland but is much more open as there are less walls and hedges and the villages are mainly Bastides - fortified medieval towns build mostly in the thirteenth and fourteenth century.
There is a huge pride ...
... it at home tomorrow. Nothing special about either, but the drive was lovely along tree lined avenues - they were crying out for a man on a bike with a striped top, a beret and a string of onions around his neck! We have a new game of spot the Pigeonniers. They are large decorative pigeon houses that stand on stilts - to stop predators - that rich families built in the middle ages as pigeon was a luxury food - both the meat and the eggs. The more elaborate ...