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... I hardly ever see people’s groceries. The whole culture is
different here, people tend to buy a small amount of food at a time,
it’s always fresh, AND after a typical French dinner, they eat
bread and cheese. So why would I NOT see a lot of baguettes going for
a walk down the street with their respective French owners?
Dogs in stores /Dog POOP!
Yes, I see signs all over the place
saying, “we love our pets, we love our city” ...
... in Europe, where if you take a language in
University, part of your schooling is to live abroad during your 3rd
year of school to immerse yourself in the language. What a great way
to do it! But of course, here in Europe, it is much more realistic
than in North America.
Anyways, Dana has a friend in Toulouse
she will be visiting for a few days Oct 21-23 ish and her friend has
said that Hector and I can also come along and stay at her house, so
A real seaside day. Morning mists as we rose after our wet previous evening to breakfast standing up before setting off along the coast. Morning coffee at Chatelaillon-Plage with local dancing in regional costume to accordions, hurdy gerdys, flutes; then on towards La Rochelle with lunch overlooking the sea as ...
As we got up at 7.30 we just about got away without torches. As light came we had packed up the trailer and panniers and we're sat at our picnic table for tea, muesli and toast with Vegemite and Sarah's home made apricot jam. Then we were off north bound to the ferry crossing to Royan - a rolling, pitching crossing, a bit chillier than our southbound crossing two weeks ago. After 60 some miles (we can't be more accurate as the mileometer stop working after lunches for a few miles) we ...
... or La Rochelle for school,
those are the closest towns to their home, and I would imagine that
those kids would go to boarding schools instead of making the trip
back and forth each day. The island itself is quite tiny, it took
about 2 hours to walk the trail that follows the coast line. It was a
gorgeous walk and I took my time as I had almost 5 hours to do as I