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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 ...
... as planned, but sunburnt. When the corn wasn't blocking our vision we could see on the horizon some very big mountains - am sure they must be the Pyrenees as looking at the map we are getting closer and closer. Wouldn't have shown in a photo as would have merged with the cloudy sky. Again we were extremely fortunate with the weather. High cloud all day while we walked, and perfect cool enough temperature. In fact ...
... distance in mind, and were clocking up the kms, even though it was a pretty walk. It makes a difference when you know it is a long way. We relaxed when, after walking 14 kms, we found a sign saying it was 14 kms to Aire sur l'Adour. After that we relaxed as we knew that it wasn't going to be a 30+ walk. We also found we had moved into completely different countryside. Even though our path, thankfully, was fairly flat, we are now coming to ...
... to our hotel's wifi, but it is not working, so may have to go and seek a cafe or bar which has wifi......the woman at reception has just told us that it is a Nogaro-wide problem, but should be OK by 5pm ??? Hope to rest well tonight as tomorrow is the big 30+ km walk.... ...Now that the wifi seems to be functioning, will add that we have still been so lucky with the weather. Today ...
... race regularly since it was first used in 1910. The first few kilometres were relatively moderate, lulling us into false confidence, but as we reached the village of Eaux- Bonnes the gradient never let up – and it’s was a long way to the top ! The road gave plentiful views of the surrounding peaks and takes us through short sections of tunnels; the clearing of this road was paid for by the early Tour de ...