La Frelonniere

La Caillere, Pays de la Loire, 85410, France | B&B
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Day 5 : Departing Paris - Friday 27.6.14

A travel blog entry by whibj on Jun 27, 2014

5 comments, 19 photos

... in English for French addresses and we entered our destination. None of the options given matched with what Brad had researched but he put faith in the GPS - Jane was far from convinced.

Our journey from Poitiers to Montournais took about 2 hours and was on a variety of roads from tollways to small winding D class roads. Luckily the payment for using the tollway worked well, unlike an experience we had last year. We had a brief shower of rain but ...

Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by daycia on Dec 25, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

Merry Christmas everyone! Being that I'm in France I have to share all of the differences with all of you.
The first difference that I was told is that in France people set out wine and soup for Santa (or in French "Pre Nol"). Last night the kids also set out their shoes under the fireplace and when they woke up there was chocolate in them. After the kids were asleep ...

This is the end

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 23, 2013

2 photos

So we finally finished our last Workaway we are doing in France. It was quite a simple week really, with lots of odd jobs such as cleaning out the barn, cutting down some brambles...again. I used a strimmer to cut the grass and some weeds so I think one more power tool and I'm officially a real man! This week we also saw the ram that was here, (Beavis) killed and then skinned ready to be butchered. It was quite an experience to see it ...

The final countdown

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 17, 2013

8 photos

... and putting through the wood chipper, collecting walnuts and we also plucked a couple of pheasants, in the wind, which was a pain in the butt as feathers blow all over the place. A pheasant is easier to pluck than a chicken though! Steve and Jane had bought a pig on the Thursday and after he finished butchering it, Friday they started to turn it into sausages which we helped with. We made up ...

...Like a headless chicken

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 04, 2013

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The rest of the work at Steve and Jane's was quite hard. We had to clear all the brambles again and my body had never ached so much than after that day but on the friday we only worked a couple hours and they gave us the rest of the day off. All i had to do was help move the chickens then i chopped a kilo of chillies. Not a bad days work. It really made up for how achey i was feeling. Steve and Jane told us they had some friends they knew through ...

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