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... for next year..
What is it with this area and Hollyhocks? They are flowers which are found absolutely everywhere here, almost every crack in the pavement seems to be sprouting them.
If anyone can advise us, we would like to know!
We are currently back in Spain enjoying the heat for eight nights, before we head off to Greece.
More from there in a week or so!
Bye for now,
Christine and Richard
... and seeing Alice on FaceTime, was a super extra birthday present for me. It is always so lovely catching up with our family but today being my birthday was even more special. I had a super day and in the evening our friends returned to Sega for a bottle of Prossecco to toast my birthday and Nick and Dot's wedding anniversary, Chris Flew on Grassholm joined us as well, then off we went to Oliver's Cooks for mussels, wine and David H playing his ...
... tide and sailed to Aix, where they were going to meet other boats from RochefortWe all went to the daily market in St Denis to buy Oysters for our lunch on Dauphne Blank, 24 oysters only cost us 12 euros which is approx £8.50 so a bargain......the market is always very busy and so popular with the locals and those on holiday on the Island. They sell all sorts from fruit, veg, cheese to clothes, bags toys and many more items.The oysters were really ...
... mix of Spanish and international songs.
They were applauded and financially supported by a huge crowd and one of the musicians had to warn parents to gather their children to allow a skip lorry down the street.
It was a fitting end to my Spanish odyssey and I tried to film a Spanish song om my camera with my shaking sweaty hands it will serve as a great memory of my weeks since I crossed over from Andorra back in May. After sadly, leaving the music behind I had the joy ...
... days it shows of this incessant rain and then hopefully some sun and warmer temperatures. In the morning I raced up on my bike to the camp ground office to ask about doing a tour of one of the Cognac Breweries. It was misty and drizzling but we were determined. He rang a couple for me and told me we could do one in half an hour. We were scrambling. If we had found La Maison Remy Martin immediately we wouldn't have been late. The tour ...