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... bags on the back we walked down to Waterloo Station to catch out coach through to Gatwick, it was a really nice day for a walk. Making it in plenty of time for our Easybus (Let’s be honest it was a 12 seater Peugeot van). The van arrived and we made our way out to Gatwick where had a couple of hours to wait before our plane was due to leave. Through security again with bags swabbed this time. The girls went for a look around the shops including walking into ...
... about Corban
and start filling out forms in case we need to take him to hospital. As it was
the last game which by this time he had ended Corban was chucked on Tony’s
shoulder and taken to the car. Good rugby day out with a good showing by CK. No
lasting injuries that couldn’t be resolved with a bit of Pamol, Ice and TLC.
Great support from Maddi, Toni and Tony. A short black coffee is always
available at rugby which is ...
... his beloved Yellow House. The people of the village wanted to get rid of him since they considered him crazy and dangerous. He ended up in the hospital near St. Remy. He died in 1890.
In the afternoon we went on an optional Van Gogh tour to Les Baux (a little village on on a rocky spur) and Remy which is in the eastern part of Provence. We went to the hospital, Saint Paul de Mausole, where he stayed for a year, outside of St Remy ...
... on the beach, but needing to be near the bike really limits my camping options. I took a back road, and found a gravel road that intersected with it, and followed that for some 15 minutes without seeing another car. Along the way I found a small car park area, with a line of tries and a depression in the ground behind which I could potentially hide a tent during the night. I pulled up and chilled out for a while to get a feel for the traffic. It turned out to be busier ...
... roman theatre. It was built at the end of the 1st century and its cavea could hold up to 10 000 spectators spread over 33 rows. The seats are very well conserved and there is a modern stage where they still hold shows.
We stopped for lunch at a kebab place. In Ottawa, these are usually run by lebanese folk, but in France it usually has a turkish or morrocan flavour. This one was morrocan and we had our sandwich with the most delicious moccocan sauce (likely a ...