Monthly Archives: June 2014

Lascaux II caves and La Rocque Saint Christophe

Today is our last day with my mum and dad before they head back home to England and we continue our journey along the Dordogne River. As part of my research of things to do in this area I had

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Dodging showers in Rocamadour

With just one sore head this morning we managed to squeeze the four of us in to the hired Fiat 500. They are amazingly quite spacey inside. Mum was driving and Andy doing the navigating with Dad and I in

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Boat trip from Roque Gageac

The weather forecast was correct and we woke to some lovely blue patches which increased in size as the day unfurled. Having picked up Mum and Dad from outside their hotel again, we set off for the lovely little village

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Back to Sarlat

The thunderstorm arrived last night with a gentle rumble just as the band finished their last piece for the evening at 11.30 pm. The rain was light and passed quickly hardly disturbing our sleep. We woke to some muted noise

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The fairs in town at Gourdon

This morning we were woken early by the sound of drilling. The workmen were back and working around us. Time to move on, a quick wash and dressed, we will have breakfast on the road today,  a quick stop at

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Cycling under rocks and on to Catus

With the rucksac and my panier packed with the essentials of hat, water and suntan cream we set off on our bikes to navigate a very small section of the GR 36 apparently a popular cycle path.The path varies from

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St Cirq de Lapopie -one of the most beautiful villages in France.

After a peaceful if a bit warm night we were once again on the move and this time we were off to a recommendation Alison had been given by a French waitress, to a samll village clinging to a cliff.

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