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... me how the walls and some ceilings were painted. Some had been whitewashed over many many years ago, but after that was carefully cleaned off can now be seen again. They were so good, but the artists are not known. Hungry now and nearly lunchtime we walked to the new town for a change. We came across a pretty pink restaurant, L'Acidulé, and I just had to go in. We were the only customers at first, soon it ...
... Just walking/stumbling in front of that is a group of boisterous lads smoking, and drinking from bottles. I do like to see a no-this, no-that sign being ignored. Now they have just done a little drunken mock rendition of Leo and Kate in Titanic, performing from the rear end instead of the bow in this case though.
Time to go indoors and see if Sky News has moved on from showing its coverage of the Lib-Dem conference.
... headed for Fort Mahan Plage, also near the sea and found another lovely site amongst trees, again only a modest fee. You can pay for water and electricity in 15 minute lots at the cleaning station. While Stephen was sorting out all the necessities like fresh water and clean loos, Gayle got out the electric blender and made humus, a goats cheese pate and some LSA (linseed, sunflower seed and almonds) all blitz into a ...
... so often. A special cocktail party was held in a favourite spot, The Ocean Bar, and free appetizers and drinks. Bring it on!! Well little did we know that we were to be called up to receive a Major Award, a medallion for spending over 100 days at sea on one Dam ship or another. After the medallions were placed ceremoniously around our necks the photographer took our picture with the captain. Once home it will be placed in an appropriate spot. We then were escorted to lunch in ...
... seen trucks piled high with freshly harvested carrots, still dirty from the ground as well as enormous piles of potatoes and other root vegetables waiting in fields. Something we’ve never seen before although we must have this back home. We walked past some corn fields and saw corn poking out from its husk and we still can’t work out what a green crop is that we see everywhere.
Today was our last day in France for a while and tomorrow we head to the UK.