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... want to be too close to Calais before mid evening on Thursday.
Another dreary day on the motorway. We went to the campsite in Albert but it was closed. We had to find another campsite. This campsite was open, but no one in the reception. At last a fella turned up and we found a pitch for the night. Camping Ferme de Bouzencourt!
Albert is an interesting town. It's commerces rely on WWll tourism. It's at the heart of the poppy region. It was destroyed during the ...
... the restoration of the castle which is how we see it today. With its moat and flowers, it looks like something from a storybook.
At the beaches, we had a picnic lunch while watching the windsurfers try their luck. From there, we had coffee and tea at a small restaurant on the beach. After we left the little vacation village, the rest of the hike was in perfect natural solitude. We climbed and descended over and over. We passed over tiny bridges ...
... to have made friends on the trail.
I was thinking a lot today about how this trip has given me
a new appreciation for the hardships of my students. Before now, I knew how
difficult it is to learn another language. French has never come easily to me,
and I struggled through every year of class that I had. Whatever it is that
allows some people to pick up languages easily, I don’t have it. I feel like I
know so little, and yet everything ...
Tuesday, 14th April 2015
Straight after breakfast, I take a trip to the supermarket, on the scooter, much to my surprise, on my return, Kathleen is all kitted up, ready to go on the scooter, exploring the area.
So, using the map given to us by ...
... bar was open, plus the Super-U supermarket!
The village of Eguzon-Chantome is not very big, just a few hundred houses, one supermarket, a church and a few shops.
Personally, I am ...