Hotel du Commerce
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... track levelled out and we walked on and into a tiny village with a church and a few houses. Why it was there, or who used it was hard to determine as there was harly a soul in sight and no shops. However it was quite pretty and we visited the church, made friends with a few stray dogs (one looked just like Terry the Terrior) and started back down. Going down wasn't much better and our knees were soon quite sore from all the jarring ...
... love with our Landrover and set about trying to source one for themselves. The chap they used also does renovations and is about 30mins from the boat, so we are leaving it with him to pick up in August. We have had a few car issues just lately. The transfer box on the Landie is on its way out and will be replaced, so we are reluctant to go too far in it. The Kia decided to burst a brake seal on the way to the airport recently, so that has been off the road until the relevant ...
... must have seemed odd to have been awakened at 5:30 by crowd noise and music blaring over a PA system, but that's what happened to most people (I was given a reprieve until 7Am or so because I had earplugs in). It turned out there was a running race that started right outside our hotel, and as the day wore on it became evident why they commenced so early: today was a scorcher, so much so that I ...
... were stretches at 5%, most of the climb was at 7% or 8%. To add insult to injury, the descent had great patches of loose gravel, some of which was very difficult to see as we moved from shade to sun. Peter let it go, and scared himself quite dramatically. Lori and I just about used up all of our brake pads keeping the speed way down. We are going to have dinner here tonight, which will involve lots of discussion of possible "alternate routes" for tomorrow's ...
... top there was a spring providing cold, drinkable water--nice! So we stopped, reloaded, did the usual photos and continued on.
I don't exactly remember the name of the town where we found a small, quiet bar that was actually open where we sat down to some sandwiches and a salad, but it seemed to me that we were even more lucky than usual to find a place open between noon and 2pm with it being Sunday. Now refuelled, we were good to ...