Warning this post contains (far) too many words and pictures.
Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew who seems to have been Scarborough this morning.
Alert readers will have gathered from the title of today’s post that our Carlisle Community Choir did not carry off the prize at the Manchester choir competition. Apart from that however, Mrs Tootlepedal and I had a very satisfactory weekend.
Dropscone kindly gave us a lift to Carlisle Station on Saturday morning as he was going into the city to do some business anyway. This was very handy for us as the bus and rail timetable didn’t mesh at all well at that time.
The train was delayed a little by serious wind and rain causing a speed restriction as we went through the hilly part of the journey but we arrived in Manchester in time for a late lunch.
After lunch we walked…
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Nous continuons notre visite de Tilcara en nous promenant dans les rues en terres battues de ce charmant village. L’endroit est inondé de soleil. Nous sommes tout de suite attirés par les commerces aux murs colorés et bariolés d’enseignes de toutes les sortes. Il y a aussi des portes pour assouvir ma passion, et des gens qui vaquent à leur tâches quotidiennes. Un village traditionnel du nord de l’Argentine.
We continue our tour of Tilcara by strolling through the dirt streets of this charming village. The place is flooded with sunshine. We are immediately attracted by the shops with colourful walls covered with signs of all kinds. There are also doors to satisfy my passion, and people who go about their daily tasks. A traditional village of northern Argentina.
[Auteur/Author: Suzanne & Pierre]