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Well, here I am on Friday morning, all packed up and ready to leave but writing up yesterday's activities!
usual breakfast at 8.30, croissants, fruit, cheese, yogurts and tea and coffee obviously. Tea is the only thing they bring from the UK as French tea is a bit grim!
then straight into the kitchen for full on4 hours work. Only 4 of us left now, Mimi and Michael from Australia and Amy from Kentucky and me!
... and not being able to taste or smell for nearly a week.
Now we have moved over to Cahors and met up with our friends from Canberra, Andrew and Wendy. Alan, Andrew and I are all doing French courses, at appropriate levels, and we even do serious homework! It's fun and challenging, and really gets the grey matter going.
Cahors is ...
Sorry blog fans, a bit late today as I didn't have time this morning to write blog up from yesterday!
just realised that the days are all over the place, but this entry is for Wednesday, ie yesterday!
Morning was ok for me, but there were some more bad heads around- the unlimited wine is too much temptation of some!
straight into the kitchen after breakfast to make pate sable, a type of sweet pastry, ready for our tarte aux citron ...
... had specific goods to buy, I had to get 6 red apples, 6 lemons, 2 carrots and some green beans. That was fun. The primary school we passed has their menu for the weeks school dinner on the window - no chicken nuggets here! The teachers have wine with lunch apparently!
Then to Lectour, a spa town for lunch in a local cafe - ...
Monday morning dawned misty but warm. Slept reasonably well, apart from having to negotiate the open staircase to the toilet! They are treacherous! In the night I couldn't find the light switch, it is in a silly place, halfway up the wall, and a French style one (obvious I suppose, we are in deepest rural France!) so I decided the only safe way to negotiate the said stairs in the dark, no street lights here, and really needed a wee badly, no time to faff around looking for light switches, ...