Hotel Restaurant Les 3 Iles
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... eight french speaking people was a challenge of understanding and patience but two of the guests were pilgrims doing 2 weeks per year hiking the camino and they had a little english to go with Laurie's little french so we got on fine until the politics came out and it got beyond our capacity. Basically they fear being accused of racism for the way they deal with muslims. A thunderstorm sent us to our rooms to finish a bottle of red and cooled the temperature and the ...
... block only one cubicle was occupied. So naturally I went to the other end, got my kit off trying to avoid dropping clean clothes on the wet floor, only to hear two voices coming from the occupied cubicle! Male and Female I should add. Must be a way of saving water? At least they didn't invite me in..
Tried my first 'wild' camp last night at Brem-sur-mer. Probably the only real wild thing was the wind. To ...
... rings 7 times, then there's a pause and then rings 7 times again - just in case you might have managed to drop off to sleep, then rings 3 x 3 times to make REALLY sure you haven't dropped off - and then, as a final sadistic touch, rings with clanging intensity for about 3 minutes more.
The same happens at 7 pm, which wouldn't be so bad normally but when suffering from la grippe gastrique or whatever, trying to get a bit of kip to be able to stay up and ...
... little medieval village of Vouvant, I made sure to ask for un crème très chaud! The patron didn't bat an eyelid and it came hot-- so --another success.
This cafe thing is quite bizarre. I've always thought of France as a country with a cafe on every corner. In reality, at least in this area, it's hard to spot one and forget a decent barista!
We went to the Saturday market this morning, foregoing our usual bowl of muesli and ...
... the problems with damp and mould. But once done, it will be magnificent.
And then there's the garden that's starting to become part of the house.
Roots undermining the stonework, blackberry spreading all through what was once a magnificent garden and climbing over the lovely soft stone walls, along with ivy getting into every nook and cranny. I love wisteria but I've come to understand its need for ...