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I started my day by taking the bus about 4km to the edge of town. My companions walked and planned to catch up to me on the route. From the bus, I walked the first 3km alone. It was very difficult. My foot was stiff, and I was in a lot of pain. I just couldn't find a good pace. It was also raining and the walk was through some fields of shrubs and mud. It was just as beautiful as the photo demonstrates. Slowly, with one foot in front of the ...
... we reach St-Jean together and that he didn’t care how long it took. If I must walk slower, they will walk slower too. I was both relieved and touched by this sentiment, and I am happy that I will not have to continue alone.
They then went to a local sports store to buy some gear, and I stayed in bed at the refuge. I was having my own private pity party which included me staring at the cracks in the wall and thinking about how slow ...
... did stock Royal Canin but didn't have the right one... Having told him we had been touring in a motorhome for 11 months, he looked at me and asked 'What had I done wrong in life to have to spend all that time with my wife...!' I obviously told Linda I didn't know what he was talking about..! He he. He he indeed Mr Downer ...
... did, well we arrived at this Aire and who should drive in 30mins later, Steve and Sue, the Aire they were going to they just didn't fancy and from all the Aires around they choose this one..! We went for a walk a minute into the village at 5.30pm and the late afternoon beer turned into Beer, Wine, Dinner and a Brandy Night Cap..! Boy what a lovely meal tho and a nice treat in an 'appropriate location' and good ...
... spent the last two days in the Dordogne relaxing on the Friday and enjoying an American supper in the evening, on Saturday we enjoyed a morning at Sarlat market and a lovely Rally meal at The Pech Melet in the evening where we ate a gorgeous five course meal with wine for a princely 22 euros per head. The weather in the Dordogne was dry and warm with temperatures in the low ...