Domaine des Mouilleres

Address: Les Mouilleres, St Georges la Pouge, Limousin, 23250, France | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Les Mouilleres, St Georges la Pouge.
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    Travel Blogs from St Georges la Pouge

    Rediscovering Houat

    A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Jul 02, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Mayflower marina and got to know him and we all got on really well. He left the Mayflower about a month ago with a friend called David Thomas and their aim was to get to Venice next year sometime. The boat he owns is called an Aqua Star 38 with a fly bridge and Mikes called it Nibby, it was owned by Samantha Fox but she called the boat Foxy Lady, there is a photo of the boat with Samantha driving it inside the boat on the bulk head. We had been ...

    Want to whip your paperwork into shape?

    A travel blog entry by stacianddave on Apr 14, 2015

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    A travel blog entry by shantie on May 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Bad experiences with them in the UK. Like bad experience with every single French person I've met in Europe. I understand people complaining about American tourists, and I agree some of them have done things to deserve that reputation. But... What they don't tell you, is that the French are worse! So much worse! My general opinion of them is that they should just stay in their own country so the rest of the would doesn't have to suffer the torture of ...

    Le Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

    22 photos

    ... 2am. Made us wish we had taken up the offer of a local swimmer who said we could camp on her front lawn, but the grass was knee high so perhaps wasn't the best.
    Wandered up the mountain to just before the 2nd corner (there are 21!) where we found a spot next to a family from W.A. who had set up a little Aussie embassy. No shortage of Aussies on this stage, the town and the mountain were overrun by them, even more than the Norwegians who seemed to be everywhere else. By ...

    The return

    A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Jun 23, 2012

    7 photos

    ... to Sete 240km long and crossing more than 60 locks is an amazing engineering feat. The locks are quite different to ours and a different shape; bulbous; because of the design of the original barges of the time. Not so easy for modern boating craft to manoevre but very entertaining to see them try.
    We had a lovely meal at Capestang when we docked to complete the trip. John finally had some Moule which are not plentiful at ...