Gratuitous non-landscape landscape snap
We went to Maison du Vent last night. Oh what a fine evening we had. Company was excellent - the adult-letts entertaining and the curries magnificent. Positively superb. Only surpassed by a curry house in de Koog on the Dutch island of Texel - you know, where the sheeps come from.
We were there on our Lavender coloured tandem. Why not? It's a magnificent place for cycling as it has cycle paths all over the island. Having said that, there were so many cycling visitors, some of the paths were very busy necessitating a visit to a cycle shop to get a bell. Eh? Perhaps Lewis & Harris could learn something from that!
We'd cycled /tandemed from the north of the island down the lovely cycle path behind the dunes in the morning sunshine before the afternoon rain and we were in need of a bite to eat. De Koog loomed. I snapped up some beach huts and then into town we went soon spotting a curry house. No sooner had we parked the tandem than we were inside and waiting for food.
Now, I'm not sure if it was that we were famished, the sun was shining and we had had a lovely ride on car-free, smooth tracks but that particular curry could not have been better. I am, I might add here, easily swayed. After getting lost up above Edale, Derbyshire in a snow-storm for a few hours one day [another day since you ask. Please keep up!] I dragged myself into the Penny Pot cafe there by the train station and had hot-chocolate and chips. I don't think Hector Bluementhal could have made them any better that day - not even foamed chips. It all tasted superb that day!
Anyway, Mr Windy's curries were excellent, the something or other superb, the other one lovely and so on. And we thank them.
Note; I do have some curry-fuelled snaps but I edited them out since I don't want to be lamped by Beth!