Chateau des Salles
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... We then drove some more, and found a Decathlon where we bought a hammock, backpack and some flip flops for Max. After about 10 more minutes of driving, we arrived at 'Camping de la Forêt' where we surprised Laurent, Carole, Eléa and Camille. We then all ate lunch together before all heading to the Dune to run down it as a group. After a fun day on the Dune, we ate dinner and then went to ...
Today we spent the whole day at the Lac. However, we didn't go down until later as it was very hot in the midday sun (as you can see, Dad fell asleep in the sun, big mistake.) Once it had cooled down a bit, we headed down to the Lac where we set out our towels in the shade and soaked up some sun. After we spent the day at the lake, we watched X-Men ...
What can I say about the last week..... Aaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh.... Rest, wine, amazing food, sun, rest, wine, amazing food, sun :) We arrived on Friday, but our house was only free from Saturday so we we stayed the night with friends of the Lewis's, Liz and Mike. The became our Bezzies for the next week. What was supposed to be an early night after a long ...
OK we made it under the bridge at Olerone, we had to set off before dawn 6 am, which was a bit of a problem as we had all got back to the boat at around 2am after a memorable evening!!! We had to get through the difficult passage under the bridge and through to the sea, then spent the day fighting the tide.
The decision today was whether to take the mast down here or further up the river,we have decided for a number ...
... his farm, so the two of them had a wonderful 'conversation' - Leicester up in the cab and everything - while neither of them spoke each others' language. They even posed in front of a huge irrigator in exactly the same pose. It must be a farming thing!
Needless to say we came away from there having made a generous contribution to the local economy. Don't know about the angels' share, but these Kiwis certainly got our share!