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PS to the previous post… On the road home we followed this truck carrying a humungous stack of logs – overloaded would be an understatement. Back home the cops would be straight onto you if you attempted this kind of … Continue reading →
Again on advice from Ben and Diny, we set off on another day of timetravel – back to prehistoric caves or grottes in the Vezere Valley around Les Eyzies. Even during the ice ages there was still vegetation in this … Continue reading →
Diny and Ben were a valuable source of information when it came to giving us the low-down on what was happening around the area fete-wise. There seemed to be celebrations of some kind or other popping up all the time … Continue reading →
Because of the very long days at this time of the year, after the markets at Sarlat we went to Les Jardins du Manoir D’Eyrignac. It is deep in the countryside with nothing else much around at all. In spite … Continue reading →
Tempted to stay home by the pool, we headed off instead on this very warm day to Sarlat, in the Perigord-Noir, famous for its Saturday market – the most extensive in the Lot-Dordogne area. Sarlat also has the best preserved … Continue reading →