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... the historic center for a bit, but it was wet and miserable so we only stayed in the city for an hour. The cathedral was definitely worth the slight detour, though.
Rather bedraggled, we got back in the car and headed to our motor inn outside of the city of Chateauroux. We never actually went to Chateauroux, so I have no idea what that city is like. This stop was simply a midway point right off the highway at which to spend the night. We loved it; it ...
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 ...
make up for the lack of Magic yesterday we went to the Beauval Zoo!!!
Whooppee! I must admit, had it not been the major draw of there being
Sloths we probably would of bypassed, but this was too good to refuse
and made for a lovely Valentines!! Once again we practically had the
place to ourselves, and most animals were in their indoor enclosures
and curious as to their visitors so we really got up close ...
In June last year we sold our eponymous campervan (of Life In Brian blog "fame"). Yesterday we bought land and buildings in the commune of Sazaray! This is very rural France where our address is our names and the area. To describe it's location - we are right in the middle of France. Look at a map and jab a finger in the middle and you'll be in the right area. ...
... camper and it only took us about 2 hours to walk, looking at the shops as we went, calling in at a patisserie and having a couple of croissants between us, very yummy.
We got back and Terry, Anne and me went for a walk around the park which was huge, about four times size of Shibden park, it seemed to go around 3 sides of the town and was ...