Hotel de Seze
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... go to a bar and have some lethal gin and tonics then go to a few different pinxos bars. The best one was el Torino, great beef cheeks and suckling pig. We drink kalimexos which is red wine mixed with coke and is really good. The next day we wander around during the day as it is slightly too cold for the beach. We get excited about a little bar that does giant T-bone steaks but the waiters completely ignore us :( we end up going back to the gin and tonic place and having more ...
... see the All Blacks game this morning unfortunately, although we did check the score and reckon it must have been a good game. We also heard that England have been knocked out of the (football) World Cup. Shame.
We had an unbelievable electrical storm overnight. I woke up thinking someone was taking flash photographs inside the motorhome. At one stage the thunder sounded like a cannon going off outside. I've never heard anything like it in my ...
... largest sand dune in Europe on the edge of the Bay of Arcachon. There is a flight of stairs leading up almost to the top of the dune. There are 160 steps. From there, it is a gentle walk rising along the ridge of the dune to reach the highest point. There is a wonderful panoramic view from the top over the bay and over the Atlantic. There were several school parties at the Dune and they had lots of fun running down the dune. It was a short ride to the restaurant where I had made ...
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
I watched a man working in the vineyard whilst having breakfast. Now just imagine, you have a couple of hectares of vines, each vine planted about half meter apart, then you need to go to each vine and trim the growth that is superfluous. It looked like back breaking work as at the end of each row he stood up after being bent double for hours, needing to stretch. How is he going to find where ...