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... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
After breakfast we met our guide Gwen for an hour drive to Decamp where we went for a walk to the beach to view the alabaster cliffs. Unfortunately, it was very blustery so we only went for a short walk and then to a cafe to escape the wind.
Fécamp developed over the centuries to become the leading French cod-fishing port. The fishermen's houses can be seen by the port, and their ...
... like them.
Just in the interests of using them up, I ate a second one. Well, we post war babies remember rationing, we don't like to waste things.
I suggested that, perhaps, storing them in the fridge was the problem, so, they were put in the "food" cupboard.
Later, in the evening, I had another, it was much better. Kathleen tried one, yes, much better.
I am now banned from eating any more. ...
Slept quite well and made a decision to try and get back. P&O no help whatsoever. Received email asking me to contact them by phone to rebook. The same number that I held on to for 30 minutes last night! We are on our own! (Apart from Bob and Mary who are giving us information). 7am I am sitting outside the campsite reception (only place to get slow wifi). I find a ferry leaving ...
Sunday, 19th April 2015
Bright and sunny, but, with a brisk wind from the north, not very warm, only 16C.
Kathleen is off to church.
After three months of heavy relaxation, we decide to spend the day, taking it easy!