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... on this month on his way back from Spain and was held up for several hours on the autoroute just outside Toulouse because it was blocked by tractors. The farmers are not happy with changes to the agricultural policy. He made it to the ferry with just 10 minutes to spare! It’s no wonder the French are the laughing stock of Europe. It upsets me to see this amazing country sinking more into recession because they all have tÍtes de bois ...
... br> The freezers are full with produce and now full to bursting after sharing the butchering of a pig two weeks ago. I missed out last time and had to rely on friends to make sausages, parcel up cuts of meat for me. This time I got to make my own sausages and chat to the butcher. A great afternoon (and after I left, a boozy evening apparently!) was had by all.
It’s official; I have been crowned queen of the Garbure soup. Garbure is a soup of ...
A RHD (right hand drive) truck in South America.
It was pointed out to me the day I picked our truck up from the port, by a local importer, that the Landrover was the wrong vehicle for South America. I thought he was making the point in relation to obtaining spare parts if required. But his point was the fact that it was a right hand
drive vehicle. Other Overlanders we were to meet on the road also expressed the same opinion, and I have to agree. ...
... fits and was
having his Polyps looked at, all this while making calls on his mobile and
driving a 130,000€ truck. We were amazed that we got back in one piece. As I
write, we are still waiting for the delivery of the fuel pump from the UK for
£60 as it circumnavigates France courtesy of Chronopost once more. It
eventually arrived 3 weeks later at Bagneres post office and once received,
Stefan discovered that the problem was a ...
... We also passed through the relatively modern Tunnel Vielha being a whopping 6km of underground travel (but I have later read the new tunnel was completed in 2007 and runs parallel to an earlier tunnel constructed over 22 years until it's completion in 1946 and was then the longest road tunnel in the world!!). Simply amazing. The Spanish certainly know how to do infrastructure on an excessively grand scale.
We paused at another small collection of buildings located ...