Auberge des Pins
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... 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 ...
... suncream and hiking boots, items I would highly recommend (oh and I must mention for future reference a sleeping bag is also necessary, something I ended up forgetting and I am not sure Shona loved having to share her sleeping bag with me as much as she claimed.)
La Caravane lifestyle awaited us. We made it to the farm, albeit a day late due to the farm owners having written down our date of arrival wrong meaning we had to hitchhike there. Being adaptable ...
Worth the 2.5 km and hard climb up to this campsite - what a gem after the commercialised places all along the coast. 10 Euros, and the lady said she would go and get us two baguettes from town in the morning. About 7pm absolutely poured down with rain, some other cycle campers had just arrived on their matching mountain bikes with ...
... abit hard trying to find the genuine local spots... Makes it hard when no one speaks English aswell!
Well, the sun was shinning and I got to the camping ground just before lunch. The camp ground is run by a group of youngsters roughly my age who all camp on site too. It took about 1hr for me to get through processing and for me to get shown my spot, by the time I pitched my tent I was out like a light. A good solid 3 hour siesta followed ...
... are amazing! They went to the great wall of china or angkor wat! Hell, you even splurged on the activity pack you saw advertised in Hong Kong for travelling kids… and then you left the house…and everything went to hell. Here is my advice… 1. Stop googling. All of those blogs are clearly made up or embellished to the point of fiction. The picture that they posted was the one and only shot where they got their ...