Overnighting at the aire in Le Cheix, we arrived in the dark and never got to see the village, but appreciated use of this free, rural aire, with free water.
We had an ‘at home’ day after a peaceful night. Michael was working at his lap top and was on business calls, and I was working too – but in the kitchen! I made a risotto for lunch, and a pan of tomato pasta sauce for a meal another day, plus melted both dark and milk fruit’n’nut chocolate, as I do, (to be a healthier combination) added in extra nuts, and chilled that in my mini Madeleine tray. A half healthy way of eating chocolate! – though I don’t always have the willpower not to over indulge! Story of my life really! Haha!!!
So that was that day, plus I’d trimmed Michael’s hair the day before with the rechargeable hair-cutter, so a productive couple of days with one thing and another.
It was fairly rainy in any case, so ideal there was no shortage of things to do – plus a chance to top up with the free water, and other necessary jobs! – which Michael did in the rain!
We arrived at Montpeyroux in the evening after a scenic drive getting there.
[From now on I’ll be adding in the odd map to show you our progress. I’m using an app called Polarsteps that tracks our progress & shows it on a map. This map today just shows a white spot, but I’ll be back-filling the whole journey before long so that you’ll be able to see the whole story]: