Balladins Cherbourg-Octeville Confort
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... to check out the nearest boulangerie for tomorrows croissant and the local supermarket where we bought a bargain bottle of gold medal winning wine for only £3.60 to toast our first night in France.....happy days!
The campsite is brilliant, we have a huge pitch with hedging on 3 sides for privacy, there is every amenity you could wish for including wifi and free use of the sauna, and all for only £12 per night!
... the younger girl go with dad and she flipped out, saying that she couldn't be alone with Dad, that I had to eat with them. So, I had to go find them. I turned around and looked down the street. Luckily, they had gone on foot, so I thought I could find them quickly. I couldn't see them anywhere though. I started to panic, thinking I'd lost her.
I had to take Sophie back to school to drop her off so that I could go get Ester. However, the school was locked and ...
... to the planned schedule you had worked out in your head. Plans change and fall through, but you have to be willing to change with them. After all, only two things are certain in life: change and death. And they've both happened this week to this family who deserved none of it, but who have been forced to receive more than their bad share of luck.
We're going to Paris this weekend. Hopefully the trip will distract them.
C'est la vie.
... I need?
I tried to sleep for the train ride, but I couldn't since I was terrified I'd miss my stop. So, I put on my headphone and listened to Will Smith's "Miami" on repeat till I calmed down. Watching the beautiful French countryside roll by my window also helped a ton!!!
At 5:30 I had made it to Cherbourg. I was so happy I could kiss the ground. However, I didn't have time for earthly sentiments. I had to find a phone so that I could call ...
... may come in small packages here, but its filled with the most powerful flavour.
After eating some deserts we walked over to a bakery which was crowded with locals buying baguettes. It's so funny to walk throughout the streets of France because all day long you can spot people carrying a large bag with 1-2 baguettes in them. So, we hopped in line and ordered one baguette and 3 croissants. We couldn't ...