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... complete with trailer of course!
We both emerge into the pouring rain to unhitch the trailer, push it out of the way, so, I can turn the van around in what seems like a ten point turn. Then re-hitch the trailer, and drive back to the point where we went wrong.
There follows nine miles in torrential rain, along narrow roads through the forest.
Kathleen is elated, when, eventually, we emerge onto a road ...
... budget on yum frites (Kelly Thompson you would love these frites, they are by far and away the best i have ever tasted, covered in what looks like the franch equivalent of cornish sea salt! drooling yet?!).
We are planning another free night somewhere (day three without a shower, hummmmm!) as we have spent our budget on this meal he he but it was sooooo worth it!
chat soon friends and family......
lots of love x
... town just inside the French border called Sare, which is surrounded by the Pyrenees mountains and as I said earlier the weather is brilliant so the views are stunning. We've even had a number of Griffon vultures soaring high above us - Ei reckons 16 at her last count. Sadly the campsite we were planning on using does not open until June but we have been lucky as there is an Aire on the outskirts of the town, so this is where we will be staying for tonight at least. We had a lovely ...
... town square. This followed by beers in a pavement cafe in the town square.
There is some kind of event going on, people dressed up in black costumes and wearing red neckerchiefs are singing and playing guitars in a bandstand in the middle of the square. Not sure if it is someting to do with Easter perhaps?
After church we walk back along the cliff top in the dark, lucky we took torches!
... about an
appartement en route. There are no taxis from where the bus drops us, but
fortunately she comes to get us in her car. At Euro 350 the appartement is basic,
clean and in a convenient part of town. We get bikes boards and wetsuits and
we’re sorted. Archie and I wobble the 3 km to the beach boards under our arms, on
our bikes. The French, fortunately, are tolerant of cyclists. Hossegor is the
venue for the Quiksilver Pro. Event in ...