Belambra Clubs Les Tuquets
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... double boom, Tinkerbell started first time despite the searing heat. Soon we came off the motorway and headed for our destination, which was to be Hossegar tonight. Arriving in another small village, with the mandatory church, I didn't spot any useful signs for where we were supposed to go so instead I followed one for Souston lake, or "lac de Souston" as they call it here. This was a cool little place to stop and chill for a while, a ...
... music, we also witnessed some seriously bad parking by the French, and by night we parked down a street near by. France is awesome for camping cars because you are allowed to park and sleep in most back streets (as long as you don't park in the same street twice). We learnt the *********** the first night by parking on the beach front and obtained a small fine, and we were given a warning the fourth night not to park in the same ...
... and we lost a shoe as well as our new shoe box's lid. We were dangerously close to the other boats around us so at the end of the night Jamieson has decided to sleep in the cockpit to keep en eye out. This morning before going to church in the Santa Maria de la Asunción y del Manzano church, we have been listening to our friends Marie Noelle, Samuel and Romain's music. They sometimes sing in our church of Rochefort and we are big fans of ...
... we take one exit too early, and are soon driving along a single track road, surrounded by dense pine forest, needless to say, it is pouring with rain.
Three miles of recriminations later, tempers fraying rapidly, the sat nav instructs us to turn right into an even narrower gravel track.
The good news is, there is just enough hard ground at the entrance to the track to turn the van around, ...
... sunny and only a little cloud. We explored some of the coastal towns which were really busy with holiday makers, fishermen and surfers. This area of France was also interesting because of the Basque history. The houses were quite different and a lot of the streets were named in Basque language too.
One day we climbed a mountain called La Rhune which is the first mountain in the Pyrenees, the view from the top was really worth ...