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Wednesday 8th July
On Monday night, we stayed in a
campsite in the grounds of an old chateau that we have stayed in before near
the village of Aische-en-Refail. The plan was we would arrive early and cycle
down an old railway line into the city of Namur. We did this last time we were
there but didn't have time to ...
... afternoon sunbathing with kindles and leftover pasta for lunch. Then Jon got on with the traditional roast. Another treat! Tinned veggies this time as the supermarket was naff when it came to fresh stuff but they were just as good. A wash up and then an evening run for Prego. We went down to the sea this time (miles away). A little Sharpe (bravely in the awning rather than in bed) before ...
... courtesy P&O bus. Time moves on and there's no sign of our coach leaving, so Lloyd checks our tickets only to discover that we have been put on a later ferry. He confronts the ticket monkey to be told that we arrived 43 minutes before the ferry was to leave, but apparently we were meant to be there no later than 45 minutes before. But with quick mental arithmetic we are confident that we ...
... and we were all looking forward to a couple of quieter days. It was another bed and breakfast so we had dinner on the way, at Mc Donald’s (we had succumbed – 3 weeks in) and then drove on to our accommodation. It was a little tricky to find, once again in the dark. Once there, we were greeted by very bubbly French man who spoke some English but also a lot of French to us. He had a lovely manner, and he even used the words "voila" and “oh la la”. ...
... We had the fear of God in us when Jen told us of the shena****ns that can happen there... very aggressive entrepreneurs try to tie a piece of string to your finger and then demand €10 from you! lol Well... we saw them! And guys with cartons of Heineken (probably not bad placement at the top of the stairs, really!) trying to push bottles into your hand. Little rugs piled with Eiffel Tower key rings. Very interesting and scary! We then toured Paris by bus past ...