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... stations in northern France too.
They must hide them from the tourists. to protect national strategic assets, like fuel.
Low on fuel, in the pouring rain and anxiety is really rising. I'm standing dumbly next to the fuels pumps, under the awning, out of the rain, but still in the cold blowing wind.
I must have been a pathetic sight, as I stood there for about 5 minutes, wondering what to do.
By my rough calculations I was ...
Spent the day in Paris catching up with Baz and Rob while trying out an assortment of activities along the Seine, interspersed with a few beers by the water. I actually felt like being on holiday for a day or so.
We had all taught English together in Chile ten years before so for me this seemed like an appropriate way to start my trip, like a less sophisticated Before Sunset.
Paris is the last and only place on my trip that ...
The hotel Cesar provided us with a 7 euro breakfast which was quite good. The night sleep, hadn't been too bad even though Bruno kept rolling over on my side because there was a dip in the middle! Better than that night in Bath, nine years ago.
Drove out of town and headed for Montherme. The countryside was very pretty with rolling hills, reminiscent of the tablelands. Lots of nice views to look at.
Arriving in Montherme, ...
... of them are scammers, but what if they are genuine? Isn't it a poor reflection of our religion?
Headed down to the main square to have some lunch and catch the next bus back to our hotel to meet Michael. While on the bus, we realised we would not make it back in time if we did the whole tour, so we decided to get off earlier and walk the rest of the way.
It was a fair hike to make it on time, but we got there just after five where Michael and Melinda were waiting.
In the ...
The birds woke us early, but that was no problem as we had to be off by 8.30am to catch the ferry to Calais. We went with DFDS, and although some people had commented that the facilities weren't up to much, we found it fine – and its only 90 mins anyway. We were delayed for half an hour on the dockside due to a problem unloading the incoming boat (no idea what) but we had a smooth crossing ...