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... in. There was definitely no lack of jobs needing to be completed, with everything we looked at either half built or tumbling down. There were also many animals that required daily cleaning out and feeding etc, as well as large vegetable gardens and fruit trees. We were assigned a couple of jobs for the next day and told that we were not to work until then. This suited us fine, so we found a suitable spot in their camping field underneath a huge oak tree and parked up. We helped ...
... serious changes at home. I arrived in Bordeaux, waited a while at a stop for a bus that never came, could’t be asked waiting almost another hour for another and laughed off a taxi driver’s estimate of 20 euros to get to my Couchsurfing host’s place - so I ended up walking and arrived at Steve’s just after midnight. I knew that I wasn’t the only surfer, but arrived to find that I was one of 7 (!), all of whom had been waiting for me ...
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Right after the visit from Terry, Pam and Ebony we left for Bordeaux to meet our friends, Rose and Todd and their son, Max, who are from Vancouver. Cole was especially excited to see his good friend Max and the two were pretty well inseparable during the week that we were together.
I was looking forward to seeing Bordeaux as I'd been told that it's like a mini Paris but without the attitude! I was ...
... very pleasant without mud underfoot.
Although the Atlantic is a cold ocean, in the bay the water in summer is very warm, so I swam most days and even Christine did once- the air temperature needs to be at least 30c for madam to swim in the sea!
The apartment is about a 20 minute walk into busy Arcachon town along ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking