Nothing to do with creatures from the deep, but the name of a fab restaurant in Luz. This is our favourite place to eat. It's owned by a family from South Africa and the food is superb and the service is welcoming and friendly. This had to have a page or two to itself in my album. The pic on the right hand side is of the two of us on the terrace before we went out. I look even shorter than normal, not helped by the fact that I was wearing an exceptionally flat pair of sandals that my daughter had lent me. They had the shiniest, flattest soles you have seen and not at all suitable for walking along polished cobblestone pavements. But of course I didn't know that until after we had left the house and it was too late to go home and change. My husband must have thought I was being particularly affectionate in the way I hugged his arm and held his hand there and back, little did he know it was more the fact that I was on the verge of falling over every time I took a step!
Then we have the obligatory photo of our food. Notice that I could not wait for the photo to be taken before I started tucking into my beef fillet and chorizo kebab ;-) Paul had a South African dish called bobotie which he tells me was delicious and came with various different dips and side dishes.
Just before dinner we took a little walk/slide/stumble just past the restaurant and the bottom photo is a picture looking back towards The Dolphin.
It was back to work yesterday. I have to tell you that school secretaries are no more keen to go back after half term than the students are ....