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... Ian who comes from Dartmouth, but knows all the fishermen gang from Cadgwith, we had lots to talk about over a coffee and it was good fun, we exchanged places of where we should stay and Andorra was high on the list. So as we are very close we thought yeh, why not and plan to travel that way over the next couple of days. We said our goodbyes and decided to stay the night just down the road in Mirepoix, a medieval town ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... developing a sense of humour that is just about at my level. Carcassonne is a bit of a funny place, spectacular from the outside but inside a collection of tourist shops, cafes and boutiques trying to clip everyone's ticket as they walk around. We mostly avoided being clipped but couldn't resist an ice cream and a fridge magnet. The time was coming nearer when we would have to leave so we mosied off on our way, ...
... national audience tried all sorts of things to get this dead bird out but it was almost a metre down inside the engine and we just couldn't reach it so eventually the Dutchman unscrewed the base plate of the engine and (wearing a rubber glove) I got my hand in and got the bird out - maggots and all. It was a pretty little siskin and it was very dead and probably to the dog's sensitive nose it smelt really good but I was glad it wasn't going to be left in ...
... Parked at the top of the gorge and walked into the village and down into a valley and through a cavern that is the river bed in winter. Most unusual setting. Had a coffee in a café and back home for a lovely prawn salad lunch.
Siesta needed! Then David and I got on the bikes and did a canal ride (at least it's level) to a lake where locals were windsurfing, sailing and drinking in the waterside bar! It seemed the right ...