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... finally, we have to strip the van out for its service. It's a horrible heavy job. Crating everything up, carrying it into the house and finding somewhere to store it. Followed by a clean through and a steam clean of the vital areas.
Monty has travelled many thousands of miles, but he has been a perfect companion. We have organised him to suit us. We have no regrets, just inspiration to do more travelling. For us there is as much pleasure in the journey as in the ...
Bonjour once again from France,
This time from the South of France at our house sitting job for about a week and a half in the tiny Hamlet of Peplisson (near Bonnat).
What a beautiful part of the country, it doesn't get any more rural France than this, a long way from everything, just the rest that we need after a month of extreme touristing. But before we arrived, we've come from;
Greve in Chianti - Tuscany was just gorgeous, the wine was amazing, but ...
... a couple who I met way back in Arbourse who we have shared many lodgings with along the way. I am waiting a day in la Souterraine so that I can meet up with them here.
Today I played the tourist instead of the pilgrim. I got to spend a day in luxury, and by that I mean that I didn't have to walk. Well, I walked all over the town, but when you’re not carrying a heavy backpack, it doesn’t really count. I explored la Souterraine, which is not ...
... other pilgrim was a German man who had alredy walked over 900km and planned to walk all the way to Compostella. Bonne route, my friend. He spoke very little French and understood very little. I thought about how hard it much be to be here and understand and speak even less French than I do. He also only spoke very little English, so it was difficult for us to communicate with him though he seemed very friendly and was certainly fond of wine!
... the restoration of the castle which is how we see it today. With its moat and flowers, it looks like something from a storybook.
At the beaches, we had a picnic lunch while watching the windsurfers try their luck. From there, we had coffee and tea at a small restaurant on the beach. After we left the little vacation village, the rest of the hike was in perfect natural solitude. We climbed and descended over and over. We passed over tiny bridges ...