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... br> A few weeks ago we met a Frenchman who is very interested in the boat, having been shown round it twice before meeting us. This is no fender kicker. He already lives on a sail boat, but wants a canal/ river boat as he works as an engineer for Locaboat. Jean-Pierre loved the mechanics of the boat, the little details Stefan had built in and the way Jack handled on the water. His girlfriend Florence loved all the home comforts, even though she has no intention ...
Our time on the boat ended with a bang – literally. We had
just passed the department sign of the Haute Pyrenees when the heavens opened
and the Land Rover died. Stefan was pretty sure it was the fuel pump, but we
were stuck in the middle of nowhere, stuffed to the gunnels with things off the
boat with the dog perched precariously on the top. No worries I thought, my
comprehensive insurance covers me for recovery. It does, ...
... to play', silly. It's 'going away!' For months and months as the days get shorter and it makes me S A D. So surely it's time to get back to the equator where the days never get shorter, there's no real ale but Tusker anywhere the sun shines or sets is ok. This is actually a lovely site. Very peaceful and relaxing and way out in the countryside. As I have found so often on this trip the site ...
... as there was no wifi but all fixed now. Left a cloudy and grey Med and arrived at a site in a beautiful part of the country just north of the Pyrennes. The site is by a river and there are good walks up above the site that I'm going to try out later. Last night heard pattering of rain but beautiful morning followed. I have been feeling as though I have travelled for long enough and ...
... glass of beer and - jarra - for a larger glass (though the j is Spanish is pronounced as a phlegmatic H rather than the usual English and softer j.) I asked for the jarra and quietly told his retreating form to "Hurry" in an equally phlegmatic way.
We later returned to the bustling venue for a late meal as is the custom in this country. The joint was buzzing but the only popping tonight was the extraction of cork from the many bottles of vino disappearing all around ...