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Travel Blogs from Tracy-sur-Mer
Its our last day.Up at 5.30 We moved pitch last night, so we're on the main drive up to the chateau, so that we don't disturb anyone when we drive off.
Arrive at Ouistreham in good time and have our breakfast, while waiting in the ferry queue.
Its high tide and windy, so the ...
Today began with a great spread for breakfast, coffee, croissants and pains au chocolat, coffee, yogurt, banana bread, coffee, orange juice, baguette and confiture. Just what was needed for a very full day of... Horse riding with Susan and Ellie (15 year old Elizabeth) was first in my list. The weather was iffy, one minute fine and sunny the next raining, so I put on my rain jacket and presented myself at the stables after breakfast. Three horses were saddled and ready ...
... Utah is a very long beach and the campsite is at the far western end - the memorial and visitor centre are 7kms away!
So we decided to have an early lunch and cycle along to the memorial. By the time we left it had ...
May 14, 2014
Today is a sea day on the way to Cobh (Cork) Ireland (for the second time on this trip).
It is a formal night as well and I went to the beauty salon to get my hair done this
morning. The stylist is from Sydney, Australia and has worked on 17
different ships. She confirmed my observations that this a much
different crowd on-board. She called those of us who enjoy transatlantic
... still surreal to have a connection with someone buried in that massive graveyard! Hot, sweaty and mentally exhausted. But I would not have missed this for the world. I am learning so much on so many levels that it will take me some time to process it all and figure out how I will use it in my courses. I am feeling more and more frustrated with the way history is being decimated by our Ministry, especially when I see how valued it is in other parts of ...