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After spending the night in Spain we walked out the front door into France. The lady who had made our breakfast came to the door and waved us out as if we were a part of the family! A taxi met us to take us down the hill to Olhette, about 4 km away.
The first part of our walk was all uphill to Col des Trois Fontaines at an altitude of 563 …
It was quite an interesting market with everything from live produce to prepared foods ready to eat; it also included lots of local produce and various prepared foods like sausages, wines, cheeses, honey and other items including some artisan work. After surveying the market and picking up some items for our own consumption, we finally headed up the road towards our first destination, Orison. Only 8 kilometres away we were not rushing things as ...
... of us. Watched the sunrise a little over the mountain before the mist covered it up.
Lots of walking through beautiful old villages. Still up and down in the Pyrennes but nowhere near as tough as it's been thank goodness. Walked again through endless birdsong as yesterday, the sound of cowbells attached to horses, the sun is shining and we can see the mountains today and the smell of a dairy farm complete with silage.
... client, shopping and packing for a 15 week trip, and clearing out the house to prepare it for Cherall and Mario. We were lucky to have found time (and to remember) to pick up cards for special people whose birthdays we'd miss, but certainly didn't have time to write them or send them! However, we had a 5 hour layover in Los Angeles, so Rosemarie wrote and stamped them at our lunch table, then went in search of a mailbox. (This is something we've done every time ...
... but hope we'll be back before too long.
Our twelfth country brings us to our fifth and final continent. We decided to finish our world tour a little closer to home to give ourselves a bit of a soft landing back into life in the UK. After a very brief turnaround in Devon to collect Maisy, our campervan, and our road bikes we headed to France in pursuit of the 100th Tour de France. Throughout our sabbatical our aim was to do things that we ...