Holiday Inn - Calais
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... Not to beat about the bush two cases were selected for the evening. Ricards Red and Kokanee to get back into the North American beer scene. Then straight to his place to relax and catch up over a few beers then meeting his family and the hospitality. Trying new food from Ukraine and Russia. Before the tiredness and jet lag kicked in. Time to say good night before a chilled out morning tomorrow with a afternoon and evening In the city of ...
... first storm was quite brief but the one that followed had us put our rain jackets on for 40 minutes or so....... but this was only the second time of using them since Rome!
The wind was a bit pesky for most of the day though, making us work harder and knocking back our cruising speed. We passed through an area where there were lots of old spoil heaps and a village called Marles les Mines soon followed. We stopped for coffee ...
... a French Slob security guard to order a taxi. Time was ticking by. There were a few young German back packers also waiting and I asked if they'd booked a Taxi, Yah, they had and that they too were heading to Paris on the TGV....just then two taxis came in together. It was 6.50pm, the TGV would leave in 10 minutes. We quickly told the driver where to go and to do so swiftly, saying we had to get to Frethuan within 9 minutes. Our brave French taxi driver totally got into ...
We were going to take a wonderful picture of the white cliffs of Dover as our last view of England for three weeks but we couldn't see them in the mist! After a very quick ferry crossing, we were faced with driving on the right for the first time. Beeped at several ralliers as we passed them and spent the night in Wetteron (between Ghent and Brussels) after a lovely meal of Moules ...
It was such a stormy night we could not stay at the Aire by the port in Calais so moved a kilometre inland to park by the pleasure port. All seemed well, at first we popped into a local bar for a couple of beers and returned for an early supper. Shortly afterwards the heavens opened, it had been windy all day but then came the rain and the hail, it hammered down. The motorhome rocked in the wind and the sea level rose to within a few centimetres of flooding over ...