The Dordoyne continued to reveal great little villages, many hugging the contours of the river.

We popped into Monpazier, drawn by the view and also the multitude of foie gras shops!

For once the tourist, and not behind the camera

 

The main square of Monpazier

 

As in the rest of France, food is important

 

Verdant pastures

 

 

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