Saturday, 10 November 2018
Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Monday, 13 March 2017
My little legs were too short to do the steep climb to Le Belvédère with Barnaby but I did get to see the pretty view from another spot.
The Aerial Walkway Platform is where people can tie themselves on and actually walk across the surface of the rock. I think I'd be too worried about staying on to admire the scenery but Barnaby and I enjoyed the nearby display about the birds and animals in the area.
I also found a chair that was just my size (not!)
Sunday, 12 March 2017
The second day of our holiday was rainy and cool so Barnaby and I opted to stay in the lovely cosy cottage while Mummy and Auntie visited Limeuil and Cadouin.
They had lunch at a family-run restaurant opposite the Abbey in Cadouin, finishing with a Cafe Gourmand (literally Coffee Greedy!) which they shared. It was a coffee and three desserts: a tirimasu (which is actually Italian not French), vanilla ice cream and a moelleux aux chocolat (a bit like a French chocolate brownie).
Barnaby and I were disappointed they didn't bring any home for us to try.
We did have some lovely local chocolate later though and watched Paddington on DVD so that was all right.
Saturday, 11 March 2017
The people of Sarlat must have known Barnaby and I were coming as they were holding a Chocolate Festival.
We voted for our favourite chocolate sculpture and bought some delicious florentines to have later.
They also had nougat at the Chocolate Festival so we tried some of that too.
Later we saw a shop selling massive pieces.
No that isn't a round of cheese - it's a round of nougat!
That could keep me going for a whole year but Mummy wouldn't let me have any as it would make my fur too sticky (and your dentist probably wouldn't recommend it either).
Sunday, 13 November 2016
Look how much fruit there is in a Christmas Cake.
And this is the mixture ready to be cooked. It has to sit for an hour and then be cooked for at least three hours.
I’d no idea making a Christmas Cake took so long.
Saturday, 29 October 2016
Before Barnaby and I went to the Bluebell Railway we visited Sheffield Park Gardens.
Autumn is the best time to go because of all the different colours. The trees and bushes were looking lovely.
Sheffield Park is also the name of the station where we joined the Bluebell Railway and where Daddy Bear used to come as a volunteer: sometimes helping to restore the engines, sometimes making the tea and sometimes working as a fireman on the footplate.
The volunteers who work there now were kind enough to let us up on the footplate of "his" engine. He'd have had to work hard to keep it fuelled with enough coal. It really is a "Giant".
Our buddy Stewie came with us to the Bluebell too as he was particularly close to Daddy Bear.