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... at about 97%! AND then the rain came, in torrents, all night. We had to resort to the Hobbit, part two and we enjoyed that again. Now in the inevitable MacDonald's as our wifi deal with 3 using a mifi system is not working so Sue on Skype, 45 minutes so far, trying to get help. 3 have set up a deal with France (not sure which company) for a shared use but it is not being shared with ...
... the French king signed his son's birthright away to England. The city is most famous, therefore, as the site of Joan of Arc's decisive battle against the English, where she ended the Siege of Orleans, allowing the disinherited French dauphin to assume the French crown.
Today, the city has a charming medieval center, dominated by the marvelous Orleans Cathedral. Unfortunately, it was cold and raining while we there. We visited the cathedral, and ...
Our travels in Latin America have come to an end and here we are, back home in St Cyran du Jambot. Spring is in full swing, the sun is shining between those 'April' showers, the pool is crystal clear (at last!) and life returns to normal. Not so bad, really!
In between weeding, planting and weeding again, I am more than busy promoting my book Beneath African Skies (this link ...
... personal. In the top ten zoos in the EU this really delivered! One of
the sloths even put on a big ol scratching/yawning/self pleasuring
show for us! All a matter of metres away. I was thrilled, I think
even Dan and Ella got caught up in the Sloth Excitement. Lot's of
incredible tropical birds and some awesome Armadillos...so cool! They
had so many animals not seen before...Anteaters, Snow Leopards,
... still very traditional, and has lots of green lanes and hedgerows. We've navigated the quagmire of buying with assistance and advice from lots of people (thank you!). Now we have the keys we have many other things to sort. The buildings appear to be in a good state of repair. The land (one and a half acres) is water saturated at the moment so we'll have to wait to start ...