Second day, the longest day, we walked over 21kms, got lost a bit, walked a long a treachrous path, very donkey unfriendly, before turning back. A word of warning, don't try to walk up Le Puy de la Vache with a donkey and grumpy children!
There were lots of people about, and I can understand why, with various paths to choose from and a no car environment, it's a great place to spend the day.
We were warned forehand that we'd have a stream to cross, I thought there might have been stepping stones but alas not, however there was a concrete beam on the side to walk over, good for me, but not for Chocolat. Alain, Alexis and Marie Kate braved the freezing cold water (yes apparently it was) to cross to the other side
Here's another pretty roof, photo quality isn't great, but you can still make out the diamond shaped tiles
Before eating we had a great local beer. The meal was ok, but they didn't cook using local regional produce which was pity.