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Day didn't start so well, John very sick (Matthew's going away present for John) so while he was in bed I rode my bike all around Goes with Sonia, we went to the Tuesday market, drank coffee at her favourite coffee shop, shopped for beautiful bread, and "biked" around the beautiful lanes. Like living in a fairy tale.
... so time is of importance! But like Mika sings: ''Relax, take it eeeeaaasy. There is nothing that you can't do.'' For the record, I'm not a fan.
Oma en opa, Moeke en opa, ik heb besloten om de deze blog in het Engels te doen. Jullie kunnen gebruik maken van Google Translate. Deze tool kan hele sites vertalen in het Nederlands. Ik kom uiteraard nog op bezoek om jullie dit te tonen! Liefs, Loes.
... waiting for the tide to turn, and then we went straight to Zierikzee going under the longest bridge either of us has seen. We passed a red and white "safe water" mark buoy called Roompot marking the entrance to our harbour, so we then came into the canal and harbour of Zierikzee.
John brought Spring Tide into a mooring alongside another English boat. Peter and Claire helped us with the lines to raft off, red and rose wines outside whilst in was still nice. ...
... stride. At about 10.30am we were on our way to Dover. We stopped on the way in a place called Canterbury, we have always meant to stop there the few occasions we have been there but it was always raining. Hunger got the better of us,so off the freeway and into Canterbury. Decided to visit the ruins of St Augustine's Abbey. a very interesting place . St Augustine came to England to introduce christianity to England . All this happened in the year 500 and something. ...
8pm. Hendaye (French spelling, just across the border)
The train was better than Sydney, but still not as good as anywhere else I've been.
My train to Paris arrives in just over 2 hours. I've been waiting for someone that can speak english as I've forgotten enough French to get me a ticket to Paris… and then the English-speaking, incredibly good-looking, French girl just turned up, so I'm in luck! Wasn't she impressed that ...