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Each day floats past in a timeless haze of warm breezes, thick Normandie butter, local wine, and anti-gout medicines. Our temporary home sits on the river, where we frolick in the clear refreshing waters below our balcony, with just the odd dead fish floating past, and our biggest decision is which wine to have with dinner, or who's going to get the fresh bread.
... it. I took another side road and drove through what appeared to be groves of bamboo until I came to a larger bridge under the main road where I could fit. The new site is very large, mostly consists of cabins but has a few touring pitches. I was the only person on the touring pitches though there seem to be some people living in the cabins (some of them I think are living there permanently). There was a large restaurant, two swimming ...
... s when I started to have a tantrum of my own. I pretty much told the jumped up little sh*tbag that if he didn't let us in with the changing bag, and our son had a number 2, the smell would A) melt all of the normal clocks in the building, B) further melt the already melted ones, and C) cause a mass evacuation, and therefore a stampede. He relented. Finally inside the museum, we located a dreaded tour group, one of those with the guides with table tennis bats who's members ...
... coming in. The wind is already up to 17mph and the temp is dropping rapidly so we decide to head inland once more. Bye bye Pyrenees, but not before I climb the mini Col beside the Camping-Car Aire. Straight up to 1,125 metres or in English 3,690 ft. It was a great idea at the time. Casteil and the road to it was lovely. I should have turned back then but needing a blow out I continue up the ever deteriorating road to the Col De Jou. Mad idea, all I saw was ...
... more than a car vehicle not to bother taking the D7. You will not fit. On the way back to Duilhac our home Clive planned a route through two villages Cubieres-Sur-Cinoble and Soulatge in the vain hope that he could pick up some grub and a few beers for tonight's meal. Sadly as in England the shops have long gone, a dry hungry night was on the cards unless we ate out. If you want a circuit on your Velo take this route. We climbed 4,615ft in total with a max of 1,589ft but passed ...