Monthly Archives: November 2013

Vendôme….The Last Post, and Caption Competition.

We are on the aire at Honfleur, in a gale, two days away from the ferry back to Dover. So this is likely to be the last post of the trip. We have come via Vendôme, a lovely town on

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We drove North to the Dordogne, on Thursday. This is Rocamadour, an amazing village and church built in to the side of a limestone gorge in the Eastern Dordogne. We parked Mavis at the top of the gorge, close to

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We crossed the Spanish border with Andorra on Wednesday the 30th of October. Andorra is a tiny principality high in the Pyrenees. Luckily the police were looking the other way when we drove through….we weren’t stopped. Approaching the Pyrenees. Nia

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Nia’s Birthday Lunch

Thank you very much to our good friends Bob, Sandra and Karen for my lovely birthday lunch at Cabo de Gata (this is an out of order post). This is Bob’s delicious signature dish…tomatoes with feta cheese, basil and garlic

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Places Visited
Dordogne Guide
Our Guide to Bordeaux, the Médoc and the Dordogne

Our Dordogne Guide Book is now available. See

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November 2013