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Finally got out of our toasty beds to get into the crème de la crème of the Dordogne. Perigueux. A beautiful city and we were attracted by the markets there. Nice seeing the French go about there day and collecting there goods. Also a seasonal Truffle, Duck and Goose Market too. LOADS of Foie Gras which looks incredibly unappealing to me. A little bit of home with 'Mimosa' ...
too much/too little light, quite amusing). Isabella turned out to be
Ella's bestie (most of the time!) and she spoke some English so it
was easy for Ella to get by. (She also speaks Dutch and French...aged
5, sheesh!) Little Marc was like no other, and unfortunately Isabella
and Ella were not so keen to have him in their club! You could pop
this boy on YouTube, Huge Smile, big blue eyes and blond hair ...
... in the Basque region, so much so that we resorted to putting on the caravan heating - the first time since the unexpected snowfall in Italy at the end of June. We also got out trousers and fleeces which we had become unaccustomed to wearing for many months. After much travelling, we decided against cooking so went down to the village to Dino's, run by an Anglo-French couple, for a pizza and a glass or two of 'red', and retired for ...
... hunt with trained dogs.
In Bergerac Dad thought he remembered (from a cycle trip here 22 years ago) where there was an amazing public toilet that cleans itself automatically after each visit and we found it where he said. Funny what nonsense is stored in old brains..
We also received a brilliant, detailed two hour lecture and demonstration of truffle farming and have become interested in the idea of planting some truffles in NZ.
Saturday 28th September
The morning started thundery and rainy. John cycled into the town to get some bread and post his postcards to the grandchildren. By the time he got back, the rain had eased off and we headed out for a walk. The weather improved, the skies cleared and the sun came out. It was very hot and humid.
The walk was pleasant, passing through several small villages.
Once we returned, the sky clouded over and we have ...