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... sold and moved after the 5 years. However, our taxi driver said we had some time before our train and he drove us around to see all of them.
... They are really good. I was surprised. fantastic works of art. There was one artist that came and finished one in less than the 4 weeks so he did another one. Both of them were amazing.
Once we got to the station we caught got home way quicker, by not listening to the lady at the train ...
... the pants too. So changed on the side of the road...only takes me about 5 mins...pretty efficientnow lol.
With me gear on....off I went....and the speed is around 150 to just slightly pass traffic..... went around a bend....and OMG THE FREAKING SKYS OPENED UP!!!! It absolutely poured...no hail at least but the bike was not hydro planing...that is a good thing...and for the first time.....I had water drops in me helmet....the rest of me was pretty good and ...
... we fueled up and let the rain pass. We strolled into town and found a yummy Thai place with a super friendly hostess and a nice patio. Laura stopped me from ordering too much and we had just the right amount of dinner. Yum.
-back to the hotel for some sleep and road noise.
Drove pretty quickly through the pretty French countryside to Soissons which looked like the right kind of sized town to go to a local supermarket to pick up some supplies for Scandinavia which I imagined would be a lot more expensive.
Loaded up the boot with:
20 tins of lentils, chili con carne, peas, carrots,
20 cartons of passata
40 packets of instant noodles
massive pot of herbes de provence ...
... Australian diggers lost their lives. Driving out of town, we saw a cafe marked 'ANZAC Rest' and decided it as good a place as any to stop and grab a bite. Inside we met the owner, Johan who welcomed us with open arms and enjoyed a long chat with us about Australia. Evidently Johan had been responsible for the excavation of a number of relics from the war around the area, and explained he had been the one to uncover the 5 bodies of Australian diggers in 2006 that became massive ...