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... city. Unfortunately, we got stuck in a
traffic jam and so by the time we arrived at the campsite it was mid-afternoon
and the enthusiasm had gone. The sun is still shining but the temperature was
more pleasant in the mid 20’s.
At the moment, we are sat on the ferry back to Dover. We stayed in a campsite at Malo de Bains last night just ...
... and have a wander around until we meet up. Find a great cafe for lunch where Mel finds us and then she takes us on a walking tour of the town - fun because we saw things she hasn't seen before. Then we take a drive to a nearby village that she really likes, for good reason because it's beautiful, have a walk around there and then it's time to head back and meet her father for dinner. ...
... the activity, the film in the afternoon was ‘Scrooged’ featuring Bill Murray. There was a classical concert in the afternoon with maestro pianist Hiroaki Takenouchi. Now we had the pleasure of his talent several days before. Whilst he is without doubt, a world class musician at piano recital, his programme started with Chopin and got more obscure as the programme progressed. It was heavy going for the uneducated (of which we were) and it helped if you were a ...
... half pens for the bulls. It was really clean. Then we toured the feed bunks, and were surprised to see a giant pile of potatoes in the bunk.
The farmer was a veterinarian, and he and his wife were very welcoming to us. They even had a couple cases of pop and beer for us after the tour. I had a Jupiler, and had to get photoed posing next to a Belgian Blue bull as I drank my beer to make my dad jealous.
... much the reserve is on the Valkyrie but I expect it about 4 litres.
No problem I thought, we must see a petrol station soon, so off we ride.
I turned onto reserve at 128 miles with still 17 to go and no sign of a fuel station so it was going to be tight.
As we came to the exit from the motorway to Adinkerke the traffic was backed up the whole of the slip road. The slip roads in France and Belgium are long, very long. I ...