Premiere Classe la Rochelle Sud Aytre Hotel
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Wow, it is beautiful down here, quite different to the Loire region, it is quite rural with the rugged Pyrenees in the background and bordering Spain. Diana's forefathers came from the south of France so we drove 6 hrs to Buzy near Pau to stay and get the feel of her great grandfather's place. We had a quick look around the very close knitted communities then checked into our b&b. We stayed in a b&b La Maïnade which had rooms and also provided dinner. Sitting at ...
... block only one cubicle was occupied. So naturally I went to the other end, got my kit off trying to avoid dropping clean clothes on the wet floor, only to hear two voices coming from the occupied cubicle! Male and Female I should add. Must be a way of saving water? At least they didn't invite me in..
Tried my first 'wild' camp last night at Brem-sur-mer. Probably the only real wild thing was the wind. To ...
... of Cristallin from a distance and in photos, its pale stone walls decorated with mauve wisteria.
Then look closer at the beastly blackberry canes with their sharp spikes; the stinging nettles; the dark English ivy that covers all it encounters, rips into the stonework and infiltrates the drains; the wisteria vines attacking the windows, tearing down pipes and electrical wires.
You can see what I mean here:
... old discussion about it.
I must admit not having a blind clue what they were talking about half the time but from all the gesticulation and odd recognisable phrases, it revolved around huge blackberry canes, spikes, ivy stalks as thick as your arm, the possibility of the wall falling down, what would happen in a storm with the slates on the gardener's roof and what a shame that one couldn't profit from the pool because of all the undergrowth. (Quel ...
... the problems with damp and mould. But once done, it will be magnificent.
And then there's the garden that's starting to become part of the house.
Roots undermining the stonework, blackberry spreading all through what was once a magnificent garden and climbing over the lovely soft stone walls, along with ivy getting into every nook and cranny. I love wisteria but I've come to understand its need for ...