|Not what I expected at a French vide grenier!|
Although there were probably about 30 stalls we didn't buy anything but as we were about to return to the car we saw a procession of American looking cowboys and red skirted ladies. Afraid of nothing we followed them. Sidling between the wall of the town hall and a large marquee we entered a large courtyard full of colour, music and half a dozen different languages.
|Spanish guitarist tuning up|
|Waiting for his turn|
|The group 'Coros y Danzas de Granada' from Spain|
|France represented by L'école du Mont Gargan|
|The American Footworks Dance Company - Rocky Mountains, Idaho|
|The ensemble 'Miqesia' from Albania|
|I loved the Albanian music|
Unbeknown to us the vide grenier was part of the 28th Festival de Sarran and today was the last day, a day of international dance and music from five nations. We settled down in a shady spot and enjoyed the spectacle. An unexpected Sunday treat!
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