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... that we were on a gravel track which probably would have been fine had it not been for all of the rain the previous evening! There were murmurings from behind but I pressed on - we had to walk a bit. The way I see it, one dirt track in somewhere in the region of 1,000 miles of cycling isn't so bad?
Anyway, to cut a long story short, we have made it to Calais (138km) and should be on a ferry back to the UK at some stage in the ...
... 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.
... 160; The Tabac is run by a very pleasant couple who apparently like to dance the Chocolate Cha Cha. There are people in and out all the time buying Ciggies. And there is a crazy dog that pops up from behind the bar every few minutes to greet us all. After drinking a heavy going Belgian beer, I ask our new Gay friends to pick out a full bodied Red Wine for us. The bottle chosen is absolutely superb and we very much appreciate it. ...
... were well defined. There were pens of Holstein and Belgian Blue calves that were around the same age, and the difference was amazing.
Next we went outside to some bull pens. They fed the bulls a feed that had leftover french fries mixed in. It was pretty neat. Next to the pentroof barn with the bulls was a pen of Belgian Blue cows. In the pen was a gomer bull (heat detection bull, has ...
We left the Campanile Hotel in Lens after a pretty poor stay, from the poor customer service to the two little kids who kept running up and down the balcony until late at night. They might have been little but they sounded like a heard of buffalo stampeding above us.
According to the sat nav, it was a 60 mile ride to Adinkerke for some supplies and Tina's addiction to chocolate.
We left around 10:30 and soon joined the toll ...