Le sablier du temps
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had a amazing time with my family. I hadn't seen them for over three years. They're still hardworking, warm people. Some friends of my family bring me to Argentat. I'd like to go to Aurillac because there's a Decathlon sports store there. From Argentat, I start hitchhiking. Unfortunately, I've lost my phone after the first hitch. Because the wifi is broken, I decide that I can do without it. There's nothing I can do about ...
... me a big hug and €20. She seemed quite emotional too. I don't know what happened in this woman's life but I think she had a story to tell. Anyway I'm very grateful for the hitch and the twenty euro. There's one problem tough; there's absolutely no way I can hitchhike here. I start walking in the hope I reach a better place. I'm walking towards and past Puy-de-Dome, a very hilly region. I try to tramp while I'm walking and ...
... or legal systems.
On another day this week we rented canoes and paddled along the Dordogne for about 15km, and after 3 hours we pulled into a beach where we were met by the canoe company, who loaded the canoe onto their trailer and then bussed us back to the start, where we had left our car. Apparently in the summer the river is choked up with canoes and the roads with buses taking people back up the ...
... south of Chartres for our next stop.
It is another beautiful sunny day, the journey is painless, apart from ploughing through Tours.
We are heading for an Aire at Marboue (N48 6.744' E1 19.722') , but, for future reference, we pass several Aires as we travel along the N147 and ...
... not a little bar selling cold beer (or Rose).
Kathleen's only reward for peddling 6.5 miles, uphill, in the heat of the afternoon, on a rather bumpy cycle track, without a word of complaint, is a drink of water, whilst taking in the view.
Followed of course, by 6.5 miles of more or less freewheeling, back ...