Kyriad Libourne Saint Emilion
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... decided to leave a day early as the cool area of the Dordoyne is about 8kms away and two far to go to cycle as too stuffed after fencing.
Enjoying a beer or two before dinner, and with a day off to explore tomorrow feeling relaxed in the mind but after banging in the posts I am sore and to be honest Stuffed!!!!!! This Helpx has made us realise it is time to housesit and work for $$$$$. Greece already booked for 2015!!!!!
... of year we are told - oh well that's the world over with weather patterns.
Duras a local village has a festival of local wine growers so we can't resist - off we head for a night out to listen to the free entertainment, 5 different bands. There was a young band that was outstanding, a steel band and a entertaining bands of three guys. It was a great night we tried many wines, ate Paella, and grilled BBQ ...
After waking up late, it was sooooo quiet, no small children screaming n shouting to wake us! After Andy making us some lovely Omelettes for brunch and several cups of tea we set of to see what the village of Duras was like, we wandered through the village which seemed deserted ( like most villages in France) and into the centre where there was a pretty little centre with bars and cafés dotted around. We walked past a couple with a young girl, she looked, I looked, it was one ...
... with all new shops and bars/restaurants. Beautiful ! Than we got into the old centre full of old narrow streets and nice squares again with lots of terraces and cafe's. We saw the magnificent cathedral and found a Pain Quotidien where we had a cappuccino and flute like we always have ! Great ! We found a place where we had mussels for dinner at a terrace which were real nice, especially as we hadn't had them for a long time. ...
... As well as visiting various places during my break I've also been learning how to use my smartphone properly and installing various apps. I've been aware of the power of smartphones for travelling for some time, but as well as not fully understanding the technology I've always been put off by the cost of using mobile internet abroad. However within the EU that isn't really a problem anymore. So my visit to Bordeaux was an opportunity to try and see if ...