Hotel De La Mer
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... the bodies. We climbed on our bikes and rode 10km up the beach and found a big ship that was now earth bound and zebra's and elephants and white horses. I kid you not. Check out my photos!!!! Now I think the whole of France is at the beach and half of Spain. Its all so different to what we are used to but thats why we are here! Tomorrow we shall go to Carcassonne or maybe the next day. We shall see how hot it ...
... via Revel. Saturday is Revel's market day, so we left it till later to go through the town thinking we would miss the traffic. No! It must be fete weekend. Roads closed and diversion in place. Snooper hated it because we were going down roads with weight restrictions. She kept screaming at us. But we shopped in Castel and then up to the Montagne Noire to ...
We are further down the coast at Les Cabanes de Fleury. It's a large campsite right behind the sand dunes amongst the salt marshes. The wild life is varied if uncomfortable. A cigale landed on D this morning as we were walking from the reception and shop. Lizards are luminous green, and the birds and bats are everywhere. It's a large campsite and we would not usually go to ones of this size, but we had several days to fill ...
... starting to come out in stores so I pick up some for us to eat. The strawberries from France are also delicious and juicy. Lunch, as usual, was quite large with Fred firing up the barbecue for lamb chops, coiled chorizo and sausages along with baked potatoes and ratatouille - of course followed by three types of cheese. No wonder we all had a nap on the beach afterwards! It was definitely what the doctor ordered, a day to ...
... of yet more animals. There were the little wooden huts selling crepes, hot wine, and nick-nacks. On top of all this, off to one side, was a funfair!
Having got lost wandering around this amazing place, we found the marquis, outside of which there were now a row of white tents all cooking up food, mainly for the several hundred people who had not got tickets and were taking up position on the sand.....brrr, just a tad ...