Manoir du Mortier
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Yesterday we left the town of Besse-et-St-Anastaise, a medieval town in the Puys du Dome region of Auvergne. This was another magic spot we lucked upon, (thank you Google) staying in the ramparts of the old fort. Our front gates were actually set in the old town wall. The Belfoi Tower was the main gate originally...and so old! We are loving all the history we are discovering. We bought cured salamii type sausages from a shop that was in a 15th century building...the building was ...
... side is a 3rd floor room and no lift. We can still hear the Dordogne River rushing by from our balcony.
He decided to give "Mountain Food" a miss - said to be cheese, bread, potatoes and more cheese. Instead we find a neighbourhood BBQ joint and have some of the local lamb.
She is out of words for tonight so will let her photos do the talking.
... grass pitches led to us becoming firmly stuck in the mud! Although I never designed the blasted campsite, I did the very British thing and felt guilty about becoming stuck. The guilt combined with the machismo of wanting to get out of the mess ourselves meant we didn’t do the sensible thing and go straight to the office. By the time we had faffed about for an hour or so in the pouring rain, I decided to go tell the office that we ...
... believes Paul, must have worked its way past his precautions because the sat nav stopped working today in the middle of the countryside.
"It just bleeped and went blank," said Paul. Fortunately the machine was coaxed back into life and lit up with an encouraging glow from the screen. The only problem being the audible guidance was now in Afrikaans.The default setting being, alphabetically speaking, the first language in its ...
... past my house, so I now have to duck all the way to school and back every day for fear of being attacked with chocolate. Just for the record, by the way, I did not eat that poisoned food. I gave it back to him when he showed up to class 4 days later, and then I legit ran away so fast I left his "whyyyyyyyyy" just drifting in the cold winter air.
So, when I say "oh, I've had my chances, I'm sure", I mean I actually could be married several times over by now.
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