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... it. I took another side road and drove through what appeared to be groves of bamboo until I came to a larger bridge under the main road where I could fit. The new site is very large, mostly consists of cabins but has a few touring pitches. I was the only person on the touring pitches though there seem to be some people living in the cabins (some of them I think are living there permanently). There was a large restaurant, two swimming ...
... but guaranteed to raise a smile or two at some stage along the way with his quirky installations. Take for instance the Mae West room which at first glance appears to be a number of separate staged objects - two pictures of single eyes, a red sofa in the shape of lips - but follow the queue, pause at the top of the steps to view through a frame of blond 'hair' and an image of the legendary American vamp ...
... as some local olive oil, fruit and salad stuffs. Lunch back at the 'van sorted! So far, we haven't encountered many Brits, but met a couple from Co. Durham on our way back to the car via the bridge. We chatted for a while and they told us that they have not one but two caravans. Since they like this area so much, one stays in Spain at Roses and the other back home for UK touring so they have the best of both worlds. After our scrummy lunch of cheese and tomato ...
... with a lump the size of a small egg on my right elbow, minor grazes to my knuckles and knees, I administered my own first aid until David came back an hour later. He must have been out of signal range to receive my mobile call. I had bought a bag of frozen peas a day or two earlier so that became my cold compress! Next morning (Saturday) we left Millau for Spain as intended to arrive at Can Coromines near Besalu, Catalonia, just after lunch. There were ...
... s when I started to have a tantrum of my own. I pretty much told the jumped up little sh*tbag that if he didn't let us in with the changing bag, and our son had a number 2, the smell would A) melt all of the normal clocks in the building, B) further melt the already melted ones, and C) cause a mass evacuation, and therefore a stampede. He relented. Finally inside the museum, we located a dreaded tour group, one of those with the guides with table tennis bats who's members ...
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