Le Claux de Serignac
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... they have a solution to this problem! Nathan was pointed in the direction of the vending machines where you not only find the normal softdrink and chocolate bars for sale but also a vending machine just for togs! So after paying his 14euro and selecting the size and style he wanted (Kate would not let him by the DTs), the machine dispensed his togs in a little bag and he was right to go. This was certainly a first for us to see.
On Saturday morning ...
... tourists we were sorry and did not understand the sign. He seemed okay with our explanation, but the fact we were Australian and driving a German registered car probably confused him further. We all had a good laugh about the incident.
The driving dramas did not end there today, on our way home we had to go into Caussade to do some grocery shopping as it was Roy's turn to cook dinner. It is amazing how one wrong turn can lead ...
... a historic site and was finally brought by the French government in 1934 preserving its history. Inside the wing we viewed pieces of art from the original buildings and were able to walk around the grounds and see the remenants of the previous building.
Well after a long and tiring, but fulfilling day, we are back at our Gite and filled with anticipation of what the next weeks in Montpezat-de-Quercy will have in store for us.
... from the 13th century, these ruins again provided another excellent vantage point of looking over the village.
We then visited the Church. The church is dedicated St Cyr and his mother St Juliette both of whom were martyred in about the year 304 when St Cyr was aged only three years old. Inside the church, although simply fitted out, was adorned with many sculptures of Saints including St Anthony which held a special meaning for Nathan, as it was ...
... and taking on more of an administrative role rather than full time face to face teaching!
We have decided that the children will start school now rather than wait until the school year starts at the end of the month so we can get ahead early as there will be days we are travelling and missing school. Their lessons until their school starts in Australia are from text books we brought over as well ...