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... out of the cliff, some have been rescued and made very chichu while others have been left to become picturesque ruins. Amongst which a tropical garden has been planted and the tiny person-wide street made up with pretty cobbles, all bleached out by the sun of hundreds of years. We took a path up and out of the top of the village, which once the road into it and is dotted with ruined houses which the forest has taken over again, a very romantic walk in dappled shade which ...
... was happy to tell them about our travels and they were very impressed with the fact that we were visitors from Australia! In fact, they were so happy, they came and found us in the Museum to take a photo for their Facebook page. Nick was stoked because he could pick the bike he sat on for his photo so, of course, he picked a BMW R51, which is an early 50’s (about 1953) bike. And the museum were kind enough to provide with copies of said photos!!
... Seine towards the metro station Les Invalides. It was a perfect day, cool but sunny and not too many tourists. Anyway, after a rush we caught up with Aude and had a wonderful hour catching up with her travels after leaving Australia. Also spent a considerable amount of time encouraging her to come back to Oz. Anyone have a job available for an attractive, bright (Master’s Degree in communications and something else) young lady, with impeccable French, very good English and ...
... water was at a warm 23 degrees which really surprised us
and was brown and flat. Would have been excellent conditions to fish in back in
After booking in to the campsite, we headed back to the
beach on our bikes and took a short ride along the top of the cliffs to admire
the view. From here we set off to try and find a shop to buy some provisions.
... 24 hours. Even this morning there were stories pf long delays for lorries. As we drove to the terminal the queue of lorries stretched back to the motorway, but cars went through easily and we even went straight in to the holding area without going to the terminal first. That has never happened before. In fact, the whole crossing was about the smoothest ever, a clear achievement in a peak day with persistent rain. Coming back was even better as our shuttle left 10 minutes ...