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... two instead of one, we cut one in half had a piece each and threw the other one away. We'd bought ourselves some trainers when we went to the hypermarket so we gave them a try out in the evening and went for a run, it was the first proper exercise we'd had since leaving NZ, we don't do a lot of running but I still don't understand why it always seems further coming back than it does going. Saturday April 4th Hit the road again today heading south towards the ...
... go on to Souillac and the Aire there.
We had a very pleasant journey there and enjoyed the view over the Dordogne as we dropped down into the valley and crossed the river.
The MH Aire is near the campsite, just off the centre of town. it is large and flat and we joined 5 other MH;s and settled down for a very cold night.
Well the last two days have been very quiet indeed. We are all a bit worn out from our trip to Andorra and Spain on Tuesday and Wednesday so we decided to take it very easy by staying home and catching up on school. Today, which is Friday, we did venture out for a short time to do some last minute shopping in Montauban before, sadly, we leave our lovely Gite which has been home for the past month and make our way to ...
... of history.
The River Lot surrounds the town on 3 sides and there are historic bridges crossing into the town. I have to be honest and say that I missed the most historic and spectacular bridge named the 'Pont Valentre' because I hadn't had chance to do any research on the place prior to arriving. The photo's are of the bridge which is unnamed and is the main road bridge into the town.
The next part of our adventure takes place in Cahors, France. Dom has to work for the next five weeks, so we are spending the time enjoying our new home and enjoying a French lifestyle.
Cahors is an amazing medieval city which is home to several UNESCO sites.
During our stay, we are exploring the town, taking many hikes and indulging in the fabulous wine and cheese that the area has to offer. Cahors is home to the original "black wine" (malbec) that has currently ...