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... After a quick stop at a Lidl supermarket (same things as Aldi) and a driver swap (and about two and a half hours) we were approaching Caen, with the plan to get to Ouistreham and check out Sword beach, one of the D-Day landing sites. After a bit of ducking and weaving we found a car park and headed to the beach to have something to nibble on for lunch! Em pulled out some of the amazing foccacia that we had bought in Paris and I had found ...
... dry and was just taking bens suit off when the sun came out again, so suited Ben back up but he only wanted a few more minutes. They've got a really nice toddler park and a Villages des Enfants, cute little wooden houses in a village set up for them to play in. Kids loved it. Ben bounced around quite merry for a while on the bouncy castle with cars on it and Bella loved going in a big girl swing for the first time. Had benji's ...
... hour splashing around - v similar to Martragny - shallow section, main pool, but they had an extra bit at the end ( didn't get there to investigate). Kids loved it, threw themselves around like maniacs, splashing everyone they could. Bella's so confident in the water now, she starting to really motor around. Lots of jumping in and ...
... fact no diet at all, there is always next week.
Before the start of the race there is a great deal of faffing about, marching bands, the local mayor and the low light “Le Petit Mans”. This is a staged race for the children of people with nothing better to do than buy/rent a two stroke go kart, fire retardant suits and helmets for little Jacque to drive from the start up the hill and into the back of the pits. After about twenty minutes ...
... into my car as Anne drove on. We went in a loop around the village up a side street over a motorway into the countryside, I said only half-jokingly “and the six merry travellers were taken hostage by the crazy French farmer…..” Then as abruptly as we had started we stopped outside a traveller’s camp, opposite a scrap yard. I was not completely sure which side of the road we were supposed to go as I approached our guide he waved an arm out ...