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... Village Markets that happen each week. The vendors at these markets sell everything from clothing to fruit ...
Got to Folkstone nice and early after rising, we then decided to follow the cycle path again. Big mistake, it took us up some huge climbs only to drop us a few hundred meters from where we started. Getting on the ferry was easy enough, still enjoying the good weather.
... 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 ...
... we are looking forward to the onion rings and knickerbocker glory in the "Beefeater Griill" next door. Mission: Bed and rest before early start. Belgium beckons: famous for impossibly strong beer, Tin Tin, Eddie Merckx, Audrey Hepburn, basements and more interestingly folding up within 5 days in both World Wars. More to ...
... and we were so lucky to get a week of sunshine. We
walked, cycled, played in the water with our body boards and even had a cream
It is now time to get ready for the next round. I am going
to King’s Hospital in London for
stem cell harvesting which starts tomorrow with some more chemotherapy. The
stem cells will be removed from the blood by a machine similar to that used in