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... up cold..... Bossy Liz. Teased them and asked for an aparatiff ... Was very funny ... We had to work for a pre dinner drink... Laughter, laughter... They served us tomatoes salad, roast loin pork ( from the supermarket ..like we would buy a bar b q chicken)... Potatoes and green beans.....and some delicious Bri cheese...lovely dinner, lots of laughter and lots of fun... We loved ...
We walked the 11 km to Nogaro ..where we met terry who had gone with the bag man...the walk was fine... Nogaro was quite an Uneventful place...we had coffee on a very busy corner where we met Terry , in the small town and it seemed like every truck in France wanted to come around that corner...we were to then catch a taxi from Norgoro to Aire sur l' Adour ...the taxi office was actually across the road from the cafe and when we rang the ...
... man sitting behind us. She thumped off to the kitchen obviously to prepare our orders. After much pinging of microwave bells out come the three omelettes which were quiche type pies that had been remade and ready to put in an oven to reheat and actually melt the cheese that had been added as an extra topping...microwaving simply did not cut it, resulting in a luke warm soggy affair. Agin three dishes thrown at us. Jane steak did not appear for another ten ...
... along the track...I think we are tired and we all have decided that walking a full day on a bit of French bread and jam is not good.... We would kill for an egg or bit of ham for breakfast.. But this obviously is not the French way... Sometimes you are offered yoghurt..but we think we need protein to feed the walk...never mind, every one is so lovely and kind and friendly this is not really an issue.. ...
... away in the madam's washing machine.. Looking forward to dinner which she will serve at 7 pm... Happy days. Had little sleep on our bottomed bunk beds and a five o clock stroll around the lovely little village.. Madam had told us that dinner would be served at 7 pm(this madam is German so I figured she should be obeyed). We finished our stroll with a couple of glasses of local white wine and run into our new walking friend Geoffrey from North Carolina. He is ...