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... his “woman on board”.
I (Jilly) would like to thank Steve for all the fun and laughter, the calming down, the cooking, help and advise, and the ability to understand me! I would not have missed it for the world Steve. Here’s to the next adventure…on ...
... carriageway near Arundel. Friday afternoon is not a good time to be travelling in south England as many escape London. Passed through many towns with their numerous roundabouts, very frustrating. Finally made it to our accommodation in a little cottage next to a tea rooms and with a lovely big garden. Dinner at the pub along the road, Kev enjoyed his sausages and mash with beer gravy, and I enjoyed my pork belly. Saturday13th September Hoping for not too ...
... miracle.AND we're still talking to each other.If I don't ever read another map in my life that is fine by me and I doubt if JK is keen to do this again in a hurry! At least not without having a co driver.However at the risk of repeating myself this a really beautiful country and we wouldn't have seen as much as we have had we not had a car to get around Early early tomorrow morning ...
... out of Calais around 2 o’clock, a good stop off point for your first night is around an hour and a half from Calais. Alouettes is what the campsite is called, located just outside of Lille in a town called Armentières.
The campsite is very easy to get to and for travellers; it’s a quick stop off with clean facilities.We found the manager in order to pay and we set up our tent whilst being watched by ...
... Brighton on time to search for a B & B, but it turned out to be just the right decision to spend a little time driving through the lovely country roads and places on the way and stopping to look at the attractions. The doggies seemed to love all the new scents and smells of this place. They were busy sniffing everything they came across.
We came around a narrow corner in the countryside and ...