Camping La Pinede
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... side of the road. The roundabouts do your head in a bit. All the French people we have met so far have been wonderful. Helpful and smiling and trying to help which is great. The countryside is delightful with tree lined roads and little villages snuggled into nooks and crannies and there is always the beautiful old church and graveyard to go with it. I am looking forward to exploring this country. The Beast is shaping up ...
After getting off the Euro Tunnel Train it was a bit of guess work as to where we would go. It was pouring with rain and cold and windy so we decided that we wouldn't go far. We have a great camp site app so I checked a few out and we hunkered down in a delightful little campground where the french lady was helpful, lovely and oh so French. Loved that. We were camper bound for the day but by ...
... tide the posts are completely submerged but as the tide recedes, they are visible and tractors drive out onto the tidal flats for the harvest.
Garrett made a friend, and although they didn't speak much of each other's language, the language of play seems to be universal. They ran up and down the dunes together, and then organized a soccer game and invited Veda and Lachlan to play too. After our long day trip the day before, the relaxed pace was a ...
... were many student groups in the city. We then drove on into France to Abbeyville which is on the Somme River. It was. Pleasant drive through the fields of Flanders and northern France. The crops of cereal are about 400 mm high and the farmers are busy spraying. The country side is lush green. Had to repair the power board as we blew a fuse in the unit and are having trouble getting a ...
giant catapults, guns, armour annd lots of torture items. We watched a
number of short films about their design, manufacture and use-
informative but not sure how useful to know. The Castello is set on top
of a hill with great views and astride a petite medieval village- Tomtom
wanted us to drive through it but we realized that was madness and
drove on its ring road- also twisty and testing but at least wide!
We left the ...