Hotel Le Carnot
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... our heads smashed in.
We did find a pleasant enough windy path down to the beach - the bit without all the asphalt - with some withered looking desert plants that looked a bit odd in this very northern setting but at least were alive, and some nice flower plantings here and there in council planter boxes.
But the base line is - an old, faded sea port that's past its sell -by date that just fights against any improvement. Which ...
... Abi a heart attack every time we walked near the edge, by the end we were purposefully doing it to annoy her :P. I didn't realise that they were actually chalk so I had to test it out and write on stuff with it. You can actually see France from up on the cliffs and all the ferries taking cars over there. We then hopped in the car for the drive home. I love going for drives to places i haven't been to before. It's so cool to see all the different houses ...
... much more relaxed about things. We have the confidence to mix it with the French at aires and ignore weight restrictions like the French and go past 'no camping car' signs - just like the French. We understand the need to have adequate water and regular disposal of waste - at every opportunity. We have also enjoyed the new satellite dish and TV, although the TV is sometimes temperamental. It doesn't like me changing from DVD to satellite - although ...
... a lazy morning in camp. We caught up on some laundry and dishes while we waited for an “interview” call from our insurers at noon. Megs took the call at noon, which only lasted about ten minutes, and during which they just seemed to confirm the details we had submitted in writing. It was still going to take them a few days to process the claim so we were definitely frustrated because it had been nearly two weeks now. We had French toast in the van and ...
... the mud to get hooked up, we gladly took up our neighbours offer of a cup of tea.
They had been fulltiming, mostly in Spain for years. And they gave us some very useful tips. We will get a small electric kettle and a low power fan heater.
And so to food and bed - listening to the persistent rain.
Exhausted but having sooo much fun.