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Sunshine and cloud, when the sun is out its really hot, but when it's in its rather chilly. We relaxed by the pool for a while, making the most of our last day here. Our last walk to town was eventful. We had got half way there when I realised I didn't have my purse with me! Dave only had a few euros on him so it meant we couldn't afford two coffees, but we could afford two glasses of wine...yes. We sat in ...
We have a beautiful clear blue sky today. I had my cuppa outside, and I'm back in shorts. We decided to take a walk to town. The dachshund came running out to greet us again. The PMU was shut again so we went round the corner to the Tabac. We ordered 2 vin blanc. First he brought us 2 glasses of beer, then realising his mistake he brought us a small carafe of white wine, which is 4 glasses. When we left he only charged us €2.20! On the ...
We have woke to another beautiful sunny day. I was up first, as usual, and outside with my cuppa. I heard the grape pickers turn up about 8am. The grapes are being picked by hand, then loaded into a big bucket on a tractor, when full the driver goes to the hopper at the end of the row and empties out, then back he goes for another load. When the hopper is full it then goes of to the co-operative. We walked to the town, eating fallen walnuts on the way, and a few grapes, ...
We both slept very well, the bed being lovely and comfortable. There isn't a cloud in the sky. My breakfast cup of tea was drank outside. We got the password from Sally, so now Dave is online too. Pete FaceTimed us from home. It was good to see him, Hayley and the children, oh and the Duke of course. We we're let's show him the clear blue sky, it's nice back home today too,but not as warm. 22c here against 14c at home. We drove to the little town, for some shopping from ...
We were up cleaned and packed by 10.30am, and once we had said our goodbyes to Honoré and Niclole we were off to Saint Yrieix. We called in a Boulanger for bread and some cakes, and we filled up with diesel, €1.05 per litre. Jan made us a nice cuppa, Wally took Dave to see the fishermen. It's rained so much these last couple of weeks, their swims are wet and muddy! We ...