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... houses inhabited by widows, rather like English alms houses I suppose. All the houses are on the outside of a green area and it is very peaceful, no groups allowed and notices up asking for respect and quiet. We did some more exploring and then joined up for afternoon tea at one of the many tea rooms. We dined at Belle Epoche once more and then home ...
... and show signs of erosion. Next you hear a lot of the buildings are 600 - 800 years old with the occasional Roman buildings thrown in and you are a bit more forgiving of the sad state of disrepair. Next you hear that the actual permanent residency number around 200 and you get the picture further. The history of it as a religious town comes to the fore when you check out the church which is huge for such a small town. There used to be a seminary, order of nuns and ...
One thing I am learning while travelling is that there is no point in having any expectations for anything. Travelling life does not allow for it and if expectations are thought then disappointment often follows. This is a lesson Paul could also do well to learn. Every day that we are due to move on travelling from one site to another he always has am expectation that we will get there in the time suggested by the sat nav. ...
"Nothing is built on stone; all is built on sand, but we must build as if the sand were stone" - Jorge Luis Borges
Our lives are but handfuls of sand that slowly slip between our fingers. You can cling as tightly as you want, but the tiny grains will eventually find their way from even the firmest grasp. Nothing lasts forever, and all good things must come to an end.
On Thursday, my last full day in Bordeaux, Emillie and I made our way to the Dune de Pyla, ...
... sat down for a leisurely lunch. Soon it was time for us to pack our bags and head to the train station.
It’s known to be a good base if you want to explore the wine region but this didn’t feature in our itinerary. We originally had two days dedicated to Bordeaux but we ran out of time and had to cut it short. In the end though, the few hours we spent there seemed good ...
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