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... family we learned about the education system as it is now time for Billy Bob to begin school. European schools are much more rigorous than ours and the students much better educated.
September 4, Thursday
Now we venture into Brittany which is a very agricultural part of France. We stopped in Fourgeres to learn a bit about Celtic origins in this area. Late afternoon we arrived at the remarkable Mont St. Michel, which was ...
... picked up. A small tornado started to form. The whole town went into a giant powercut. The lights eventually came back on, but then the thunder and lightning started. We had to run back to the campervan as soon as we had finished as Dad realised that we had left the windows right open. We got back and Mum and Dad's bed was soaked and the floor had a big puddle! We then dried up and got ready for ...
... we started our drive to Puy De Dome. On the way, I popped into a patisserie and got bread and flan for later on. Once we arrived at Puy De Dome, we got jumpers and bought train tickets to go up the mountain/volcano. The train ride took 15 minutes to climb 1435 foot high. Once we were at the top, the view was ...
... frogs leaping in the water as we approached and huge red and blue dragonflies. Guy kept his eyes peeled in the forest for any wild boar or deer but still no luck.
A lovely dip in the pool in the evening sunshine - still hot enough for me at 7pm to stay in for a while and a great game of volley ball beach ball!
... bitten to pieces by midges). Despite trying to creep carefully, still no joy of spotting anything other than giant slugs galore!
A lovely meal out at one of the 2 Logis in Salbris, the Dauphin, where our hostess graciously whizzed around tables of mainly Dutch and English, patiently answering our questions in French, even complimenting us on our attempts at ...