We had a good breakfast of fresh bread and croissants, said goodbye to the racing driver and the farmer,
who showed us a neighbouring house he was thinking of renovating, and pointed us in the right direction.
We had intermittent showers, some extremely heavy, and witnessed some more examples of drainage ditches.
We also met some cows who stared very aggressively at us, as well as a local who insisted we were off the way,
which we deliberately were, but wouldn't believe us that we knew where we going.
We reached the Voie de Vézelay, and followed it to Orthez, passing some interesting markers on the way.
One place proudly announced that they had planted fruit trees for pilgrims to eat the fruit, once the trees had grown!
We had to shelter once more from an extremely heavy downpour, before reaching our quaint AirBnB.
This was a bedroom in what appeared to be a former stately home, sharing the kitchen and bathroom with the
old lady who lived there. We had a quick look around the town before retiring for the night.
The next moring we attended a Palm Sunday celebration at the Eglise Saint Pierre, and then took a day trip to Pau.