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Monday 7th December


Last night we drove to Montignac, still in the Dordogne region, so today we could investigate the area. There are many limestone caverns and pre-historic cave paintings the area is famous for. We headed straight to the biggest ‘Lascaux’, the rain was pouring as we went up to the entrance, only to discover it was closed for restoration work, typical! So off we went to find some others and a tourist information office. As it is December we found that all but a few were closed, and the ones that were open were small. So we decided we would have to head back here another time.
So we carried on south towards my uncle & auntie’s French house, en route stopping off at a Supermarche. Now we seem to be spending most of our time wondering around in supermarkets, deciding which ones are cheaper for what, as food seems expensive in France, oh the fun of a living on a budget.


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