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... at first, and then just light but consistent. Enough to get my shoes wet, despite gaiters....So we trudged on, stopping for coffee at a cafe when we saw the French couple of the last few days (and who had been at the fabulous B&B 2 days ago). So drew breath in the town, but had to set off again as our lodgings were beyond the village. It was raining quite steadily by then, and we had to follow the rather vague ...
Another 18 kms today, fairly easy and relaxed, and surroundings are definitely changing. Left our wonderful accommodation at about 9. It is fun interspersing B&B style accommodation with hotels. At the guest houses it is very convivial, with interaction with the hosts and other guests, many of whom you have met on and off along the route. Dinner is like a dinner party, with wonderful home cooked food. Today we are at a little hotel in a small town, and can ...
... I started out wearing a fleece for the first hour or so. A few drops of rain started falling as we approached our destination, but actually even that has fizzled out I think. But it can rain anyway now, as we have arrived. And what a place it is! We do not have dinner included here (but luckily we can eat here and pay, as it is quite a walk into the village and there probably isn't anywhere to eat anyway, esp on ...
... is a green stripe on one wall. We love it. And have had a mammoth wash of all the filthy walking clothes, which are now hanging out to dry. I even washed my hair!!! Now there is not a cloud in the sky and we are sitting on the terrasse, by the river, with a beer and wifi! Bliss. We have half board, but they don't do dinner so we walk to a restaurant 300 metres away, so till then we are not moving, just sitting in the sun and letting our feet ...
Now at Nogaro, which sounds more like Spanish than French, but it comes from a word to do with walnuts. We are still in Armagnac country, and each town says it is the main centre of Armagnac. 21 kms today, and quite easy. Still flat mostly, and at one stage we thought that it was not as beautiful as we were accustomed to, but then it picked up and we walked beside the vineyards, and corn ...