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... Bob and Sini. Bob is a retired firefighter like me so lots of common ground there. We walked around Mont St Michele together and discussed our travel plans. Bob expressed that he quite fancied going to Morocco but wasn't sure if he and Ceedie were going to go alone. I felt the same so we discussed travelling to Morocco together, safety in numbers and all that. When I left I met some more motorcycle travellers, a couple ...
... his partner and their 3 month-old daughter. So I had a quick training on 'how to take care of a baby' feeding, part 1 - the bottle. I managed that part well (I think). Didn't try to change any nappies.
When we were not babysitting, we walked around the center of town (few times), we also went up the Puy Mary. All the mountains you can see are in reality ancient volcano and ...
Our first day we spent a lot of time underground, visiting Lascaux II and the Grotto de Rouffinac.In Lascaux II we went on an “English” tour, but I’m afraid it was a bit Monty Pythonish and our lovely guide had an “outrageous French accent”....I was so glad none of my siblings were there with me ...
... some cherished by yeasts and
fungi. The bottles are arranged almost to the ground in a scientific respect for conservation.
This Inn and this place are out of time, atypical but so simple and so rewarding.
comes out divert by this fervor humane and generous, divert also by the
cold and the icy wind at the edge of the month of June... which do not
leave us until the return to the starting point, the hamlet of la
... br> following the gr 4 track , back to Condat to leave my bag at the tourist
office, arrived very early here, I intend to take this forward to visit
the gorges de la Rhue. This River is part of the system of dams and hydraulic complexes of Bort/condat.
I along the road by the north side, but seeing that not enough this Rhue,
I decide to go down a forest path to the touch and to know the
temperature of its waters.