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... on top of it. Poor Rob, it's all stairs up. Mind you, there are several stops along the way to admire the fabulous view. It's low tide when we arrive and we can see several groups out walking on the sand over towards another small island. These groups can only go with a guide as there is quicksand around and when the tide turns, it comes in quite fast. We have a good look around and tour the abbey as well. This site has welcomed pilgrims ...
... rooms. Several of us took the van into the nearest town, Port Louis, to see the fort and French East India museum. Another great visit. Then back to the hotel for a swim in the pool and a relax in the spa in our room! Dinner at 8. We had a room to ourselves and the food and service were the best of the week. This was a great day to finish on - the best ride and the best ...
... of in Le Mans by the rest of the family who waited with us on the train platform until the very last moment to say goodbye. They are all such wonderful people. As we gave kisses and hugs, and waved goodbye, we are sure we will see each other again, and feel very blessed with the kindness and hospitality we have been shown the last two days. We arrived back in Paris in time for a wonderful dinner, and a stroll to the Eiffel Tower before collapsing into ...
... instance most petrol stations are 24hr pumps that require pre-payment by credit card before the fuel is dispensed. The problem with this, is that for some unknown reason, the PIN function on Australian credit and debit cards are not recognised and all transactions must be signed for. This is not a problem at the supermarkets and other shops when there are staff to check the signatures however, at the 24hr petrol pumps there is often ...
We intially had big plans to head out early today and drive a considerable distance to visit another village. However, thankfully we stopped ourselves just in time before falling into the normal holiday trap of trying to fit in way too much in a short time and missing what is on your doorstep. So instead we took a deep breath and decided to explore closer to home and not miss out on the simple treasures nearby. And we are so gad we ...