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I'm in Casablanca now, it's 31°, Nantes was 12 °. It's brown like Australia, France was lush and green,I don't suppose they have great tasting strawberries here. How odd, this morning I was wandering around the market in La Boule, now Casablanca. Two hours flight and the world has completely changed, it's not like this in Australia! Waiting for Dad (Chris), I haven't heard from him. I wrote an email on Friday, no response. Hope all is ...
... thanks to Werner's appeal to a local contractor displaying a vibrant advertising poster in his window- it's amazing how effective smiles and hand signals can be:)
On our way to Nantes our changeable, cooler weather nececitated trying out our new MEC rain hats which we now love! At an afternoon stop for "un cafe" we met a newly retired Frenchman celebrating his 65th that day by starting his cross Europe solo ...
... for a quiet road we enjoyed rolling past the white-washed houses with red tiled rooves and azur blue shutters. As traffic increased we were very impressed with the courtesy shown to us by camper vans, cars and buses in waiting to safely pass us as we clung to the narrow shoulder!
We now have are first day behind us - 53 kl - and we have to admit that we're feeling a little pooped!!!
than a divorce!!!!
apparently not able to work out how to use the ticket machine for the
tram managed to entice a French man to help her out, however as he walked
off disgruntled after missing his tram she realised that although
approaching 50 she still had just enough charm to enlist help it no longer
washed when it caused inconvenience.....
not a city dog by ...
... here. We like visiting those because they are free. ;) From Orleans we were able to do a day trip to Amboise to see the Royal Chateau (a king of France lived there once! The one married the Catherine de Medici I think. Oh and Napoleon lived there for a bit too, but that was when he was in power and I get the impression he could just show up at any chateau and be like "Yo, I live here now."). We also saw Leonardo DaVinci's house. But it cost 12 euro to go in! So we took ...