Made it to Dordogne..my daughter managed the car journey from Calais. So our first holiday abroad since she was diagnosed..I chose a small holiday cabin..a friend gave me it for very a cheap price..so far so good..My daughter has slept most of the time but she managed the shops today.. we only arrived yesterday. Suprisingly she managed weight boarding in Brighton..though the trainers thought her a bit of a drama queen about her pain..my friend who took her didnt inform staff of her disability. My daughter also didnt want staff knowing..so I had a chat about risk..anyway she loved it..I am usually quite active...so trying to plan sensibly, so with kayaking I will paddle in a double. So far one difficulty is having to book for attractions..with differing pain and fatigue levels this is difficult. So having to rely on turning up without booking and leaving it to chance..today a quiet day in..her back also needs clicking...which I cant do..anyway we are happy to have got this far..oh I am thankful the place is very quiet..and forgot to research disabilty rights/access in France..doing that now.
Wish you were here Dordogne.