It was such a lovely day on Friday (2nd Dec.!) that we decided we had to go out for a walk. We drove down to one of our favourite villages Angles sur l'Anglin to try out another of the five 'Promenades communales' walks around this lovely village.We chose the walk that took us by the cemetery and 40 metres up over the river L'Anglin.With the wet leaves underfoot some parts of the walk were just a little unsafe - in the UK you wouldn't be allowed to walk there until it was fenced off. Once we climbed up on to the top there was a terrific viewing point 'Roc a Midi' which was downright dangerous - I braved a step onto this rocky outcrop to get you a photograph that shows quite a different view of the village.
Click on the image to enlarge it -the village is unrecognisable apart from the castle ruin on the right
We actually diverted slightly off the route and ended up doing a few kilometres more than we intended but it was a good walk.We came back into the village via the D2 road which gives you some excellent views of the castle ruins.