Auberge des Pins
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Saturday and we left Saint-Jean-De-Luz after using the Internet to do all the drone updates and drove 2 1/4 hrs to arrive in this fantastic free Aire. The journey was quite fun as we passed a English Motorhome that we recognised from the Algarve when we were there 8 weeks ago and that we had bumped into Steve and Sue at Foz a week before. We said our goodbyes and then we stopped for a cuppa and they then passed us tooting ...
Thought I should take advantage of the free wifi that actually works at this wonderful bar in Biarritz! Wonderful because it's got 20 great beers on tap.. To update from the last entry, a huge thunderstorm in the night meant I had to race out in me shreddies at 6.35am to wind in the awning before I set sail for a second time across the lake in the van. Of course I should have remembered a freshwater lake = mozzies!! Yep they came in a pincer movement and ...
... been spotless since the aquaplaning incident. Thought I'd have a look at Cap Ferret at the bay of Arachon. Why? because it sounds cool.. It was very pleasant but whilst looking across the inlet I noticed this almighty mountain of sand! Checked the map and sussed it was the Dune of Pilat. Google it - it's pretty amazing, god knows how it came to be there. While I was there I caught the most magnificent sunset - took pics but haven't done it justice. ...
... the morning of the 26th. This was a source of excitement yet also provoked anxiety about breaking down, a situation which would surely cause me to miss the wedding and trip to Ireland I was so looking forward to. I drove the first part off the motorways, having initially intended to take it relatively slowly, which did provide pleasant views of some quaint french villages and classic tree-lined country roads (planted by Napoleon to shade the troops but now being cut down ...
... a constant flow of people in and out of the farm, which meant that we were continuously getting to know new people and hearing their stories. Another warm memory of mine from the farm were the meals. Dinner and lunch were great social events as we would all cook together in the outdoor kitchen area, and not only this but you had to be very inventive given the vegetables and food that was provided (I learnt an important life lesson, especially for heading back ...