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Today is my last day as a registered doctor in Australia. Tomorrow I retire officially. Mixed feelings, obviously but the right decision, definitely. Drove on to Lourdes. This was where the Virgin Mary appeared to St Bernadette 16 or 18 times in 1858. We were pleasantly surprised to find the religious site not crowded and no trouble to look at everything, as all the basilicas and the Grotto etc were in a Sanctuary that was free ...
... Spain, we hope that the sun continues to shine and maintain the mid to high 20’s.
Ahh, France. What a refreshing change after Britain. Excellent roads, free parking, no roadside hedgerows to block the view, an acceptance of motor campers in villages, etc, etc.
We have been here before, in 2010 I think, and what a difference a change of route has made. The Normandy and Brittany coasts (the northern coast lines nearest to the UK) were well worth ...
... ordered a new pump – the wrong one, mind,
but the thought was there. It took Stefan a whole morning to clean the top of
the cooker and throughout the following weeks, we have found all sorts of
things hidden dirty or broken. The final thing ( I hope) was they had taken one
of our expensive ordinance survey maps. I can just imagine, however, how
miserable the second week was here; a family of teenage girls, wet weather,
nothing to ...
... van is spacious and quiet, especially at this time of the year. AUTUMN. Had a swim this afternoon and this evening I am at the camp bar with not an English person in sight or maybe on site! Will have a meal here but having trouble reading the menu! Better post this now and if anything noteworthy happens before bed I'll get back to you! I notice the evenings are getting shorter and shorter . . ...
... not have water? Yes they do, and unlike our family visits in then1950s and 60s it's all 'potable' now. And the public loos are clean and shiny. I could go on about the motorway service areas all with teddybear picnic tables and reasonably priced proper food. Oh come on John. Not praising France. I don't believe it! Anyway, enough of the Victor Meldrew. I couldn't get the blog on line ...