La Maison d'Hoursentut
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... The only expense was to pay for candles you could light at various stages. Not a souvenir shop in sight. So..... We went to each place in turn. First, the dark and somber upper Basilica(of the Immaculate Conception). The clock in the the tower plays "Ave Maria" on the hour. Then the crypt, with walls lined with marble plaques enumerating thanks for favours received, we assumed. Then the beautiful Rosary Basilica. ...
... stevedore and consummate organizer Gael, stands in front of the truck, with her arms flailing wildly, giving me directions while I reverse into the container. However in this instance, due to the total lack of common sense displayed by the port authorities, Gael could not enter the port. A seriously
tough morning given the poor physical shape I was in.
Colombian’s do not camp, so no campgrounds. The country therefore has absolutely no ...
... or dry. We did manage to find some Chanterelles and Trompettes
de Morte for the first time. It has also meant that at last the meadow has
been cut for hay with all the cats and Dodge dining out on a surfeit of rat
We caught Michel’s last few weeks in the valley on our
return and shared several meals and a trip to Spain before his departure back
to Bordeaux. The builders have started work on the old ...
'Season of mists and ever-shortening days . . ' Those of you who know me well will remember that the onset of Autumn is my least favourite time of the year. Imagine my dismay when I went out for a walk by the river to admire the flora and fauna, as you do, and instead made this collection! Autumn fruits and not a flora in sight! Autumn. The sun has got its hat on. NO! Not because 'it's ...
... not have water? Yes they do, and unlike our family visits in then1950s and 60s it's all 'potable' now. And the public loos are clean and shiny. I could go on about the motorway service areas all with teddybear picnic tables and reasonably priced proper food. Oh come on John. Not praising France. I don't believe it! Anyway, enough of the Victor Meldrew. I couldn't get the blog on line ...