Campanile Dax Saint-Paul-les-Dax
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... day basically doing nothing apart from drinking tea and chatting, 35degs ahhhhhhh. Then spent the evening doing exactly the same but with a beer or 2. On the move again tomorrow, gotta do Bordeaux again, gulpppp , oh n if you ignore Ted the dog he nips what ever part of you that's ...
... with a mixture of French and English people, Andy even met an English bloke that had also been working for eurocamp, such a small world. Spent the whole evening drinking,eating, chatting, dancing and generally having a great time. Eventually at around 1am I had to lead Andy back to the funbus and pour him into bed, his excuse was driving for 9 hrs, personally I think it was the vin ...
... berries from the trees. There was a large statue of Saint Jacques, and we all paused for a photo together.
Unfortunately, we only had the cookies and berries to eat today. There was supposed to be a bakery on the trail, but when we passed the place, it looked as if it had been closed for months. This meant that we were without food for the entire walk, and there wasn't going to be a single restaurant or café along the way.
When we were about 8km from ...
France is struggling to break this damp spell, so today when the sun momentarily pushed the clouds away, the beach filled. After escaping a Melbourne winter we were eager to join them! The beach outside our hotel window has a a rock named 'virgin rock ' as it has a sculpture of the Virgin Mary perched on top. Luckily her back is turned to the beach where there are plenty of bare boobies that I'm sure she would not approve of! The rock originally had ...
... to have a white line painted down the middle.
Her joy is short lived, we arrive at the aire to find the entrance road under two feet of water.
What to do?, it is now dark, the nearest aire we know of is another ten miles or so.
We decide to park in the deserted car park opposite the adjacent (closed) campsite and settle down to eat and sleep.
It continues to rain for most of the night.