Hotel El Kantara
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Rough night trying to sleep with a stuffed up and running nose. Even Tiger Balm could not help me through it. Anyhow, we celebrated Canada a day late and have crepes with maple syrup from Québec - yum. Our place had a pitanque pitch so we borrowed some boules and had a rousing game. We need to get some practice in before we get to Lyon. We opted not to drink warm beer and smoke during our game today but those elements can be ...
... on the beach helped. We are in some environmental award winning place of some kind. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Area we are in. Again we seem to be maybe 1 of 2 or 3 guests here in a place with 50+ units for rent. I guess the off season? Caleb is now talking funny so he and I tried to hit the hay around 8PM - blowing noses and ...
... tour, not sure if she will be swiping our cabin card for payment first. Welsh Wendy and Welsh Terry came to visit our sun bed, WW stayed to chat, WT took some photos including one of me exiting Green Thunder. Mrs Millionaire found MDW in sun bed and this 75 year old lady who tries to imitate Jeanie Little referring to people as "Darling" in a falsetto voice, explained how she and Mr Millionaire might get frisky in one of the sun ...
the Captain, Papa and his group; I started to walk to the beach.
A few hundred feet to our left was the
pearlywhite sand beach with extraordinary tall coconut trees and some
pine trees, heavy laden with thick foliage. On the trees were
abundant birds and on the beach were schools of small white fish.
It was a beautiful woodsy shore. There were make-shift stalls with
souvenir items. There were children running ...
Gladys and her partner Fred invited us to join them in a weekend camping at the Camping de Poé, near the village of Bourail. And off we went, the 4 of us sharing two separate cabins. The cabins were Spartan with nothing more than a concrete floor, a wooden table and two wooden benches. But, they were right in front of the beach which made waking up a spectacular experience.
Upon reaching the site, after around 3 hours' drive from ...