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... into the town and had beer. We returned to JP's for lunch and a rest then went to Namur. We managed enough free tickects for entry into an antique 'show'. Each of the stalls was artistically set up to highlight the seller's wares. To us it was more like wandering through a museum, with paintings from the 1800's, dinnner sets, silverware, jewellery, and furniture. It was equally as interesting to see the people. Many of the stall holders ...
... shops at all qualifies as a hamlet. Not sure about a pub yet, as we arrived the back way.
Landlords Robert and Kate very hospitable, with fresh fruit, milk and a loaf of home made bread waiting for us. Once they retired back to their house, tucked into the bread! Still slightly warm.... delicious.
WiFi was one of our criteria when searching for accommodation. While told that ...
... chapel and thus on the hill of the chapel we saw the bus drive by 15 minutes early.
So we moved on and decided to get a taxi. It was really good, he told us about the town and its history. Took about 10 minutes and we were there.
Once we arrived we got some Beer. To start off a Dark beer. Nice flavors. To accompany the beer we had a quiche. It was nice.
We then walked around to assess the beer types as well as the food. ...
... roads hold up and we wont be bounced around too much. If only that were true, we really got bounced around. I think these seats should come with a warning to girls that they need to wear sports bras!! Then on another thought, I wonder if it works like a power plate?? This might work for me after all.
So down to Dover and onto the ferry. Fairly rough seas along the channel, but as we take one final look back at the white ...
... much water. They hope it will have settled down by Friday enough to reopen them. Frustrating as if we hadn't been broken down we might have made it through as they were only closed yesterday.
After a quick lunch we went for the 15 minute walk into the village. It was further than we thought but not a problem and found the supermarket; fortunately took our trolley with us as ...