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... It can be quite disorienting to when your used to paying the person that serve you and ten they ask you in another language to pay elsewhere! It was a very good croissant though! It had a subtle salty taste which was nice :). After strolling through the small streets for a whole we went back to the hotel to book another night and pay for some wifi. We made good use of the wifi too, you tuning comedians and then quickly looking up trains for the ...
... cars following a resident get bounced into the air as the cylinder reemerged from the hole in the pavement with a pneumatic hiss. The car’s undercarriage was pinned and the front of the car was held aloft in a humiliating display for all to see. Eventually the police would appear and make the cylinder retreat back into its hole, and sometimes a tow truck had to be called to drag away the car.
Meanwhile, the old men were still playing petanque on ...
... minutes later, a very nice older french woman came up to me and offered me motion sickness medicine. She was very sweet, and it helped a lot. I slept the whole way back to shore, but when I was I woke up, I felt a lot better. For the next 24 hours I felt like I was still on a boat.
Note to self: never go on a catamaran trip again. If you are a boat person, it's a wonderful and relaxing experience. However, for someone like me, not so much.
... I will be the
first to admit that, yes, I am a glutton. By the end of our meal, we were all
stuffed, but even worse than that, we had run out of water about halfway
through dinner and were absolutely parched. We had initially ordered two liters
of water to share between us before realizing that each bottle costs 7 euros.
After paying 14 euros, there was no way that we were going to order more water,
and sadly, we also had to trash our initial idea of sharing ...
... new girl if they will be “ferme demain”. Sadly she responds in English and asks if I would prefer to speak English. Remarkably I say no as I cannot hear her and insist on butchering her fair language some more. Subsequently it turns out, after cross reference with the madame of the establishment, that they are now open 7 days a week! Gosh, there may be a crisis on.
Quick turnaround, nothing forgotten and back to the flat with no drama, in fact ...