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... and cows to dodge. It took us down this skinny street so narrow that I had to pull the mirrors in. If it had been 2 inches narrower, we would have been stuck. When we pulled out of that street an old French man was staring at us like he had just seen the second rising of Jesus. We asked him if we could continue down the street and he said we. So off we ...
... to the hotel - was about 1.5km and hopefully down hill. What I hadn't planned on was the lack of path or where there was a path it was gravel. I was hot and tired when I finally reached the corner where the hotel was supposed to be. I called out to a waitress through the open windows of a restaurant if she knew where the Quercy hotel was and she came out running and helping me - was next door and part of the restaurant. Checked in ...
... quite a few to go. Peter entertained me with quite a few Irish jokes until we realised the table or burley blokes beside us were the Irish bikies who had parked their bikes down stairs at our hotel. The topic changed to general comedy and Peter recounted a number of his favourite comedy skits. Mains were delicious too, Peter had a hamburger, Sue had tuna and I had a chicken skewer. My pick tonight was the trio of mushrooms - delicious and adventurous ...
... the start of our ride, some other cyclists at the hotel were also preparing their bikes and started chatting. They were from Canberra and were doing their own self guided trip on bikes they had brought over with them and carrying all their luggage. Amazing. This morning there were 6 of us riding and Dona was keen for some hills to warm up was even excited to be back in the saddle again. This enthusiasm was short lived though! As with all ...
... a little layby and were envious of the sky blue water inviting us for a dip in the backyard pool of the house we had stopped by. There was also a cake on the outdoor table cooling in the sun - seemed a little odd. The chateaux we could see was actually Mick Jagger's 16th century villa La Fourchette. After visiting the chateaux, I would love to see what the average/normal house looks like! We have passed though ...