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... into proper nutters. Ben tried to shake people off the wobbly bridge in the park, Bella went very hyper and ran out into the road with me dashing after her losing my shorts in the process in front if a gang of French teenage boys. Priceless. Came back to the tent after that exposure, and started sorting stuff for the pack down tomorrow. Even with the sugar, kids were much better to get to sleep. Now attempting Bourne for the second timer with a sleeping Benji on my lap. Sweet dreams ...
... hoping to get an early night kids wise but Madam Bella showed her true colours tonight! Screamed and screamed every time I left her, proper little madam. Hank ended up putting her in the car twice, she fell asleep the 2nd time and finally submitted to sleep in bed. Watched ronin after Ben had gone down but was very late by then so didn't last long. Lovely day, apart from screamy bella and getting horribly sunburnt in the ...
... a bit too. Headed out to La Roche sur Yon in search of Cite Zebre, an indoor play centre. Lots of other people had the same idea, it was packed! Kids had a fab time, Benji just did his thing and ran off to play, bit upset the first time as he couldn't find his way back to us, but after that he checked in every 20 minutes or so. Bella was ace, she loved the little car track with the wheelie bug type things, she ...
... away the afternoon with Kung fu panda and excessive tent cleaning (sand is really getting to us now!) Spot of grocery shopping in Leclerc and a very wet BBQ for tea. Got a bit fraught after tea as rain confinement sent us all a bit stir crazy but we now have one in bed asleep (hopefully) and one very sleepy bumper boy wrapped in a blanket on my lap. Wine is flowing and fairy lights are ...
... well but we both agreed this is our summer holiday so it doesn't feel we have retired yet, probably not until September when the schools go back.We woke up on the 7th to leave Les Sables to head for La Rochelle, it was very cloudy and there was a swell making a Sega roll quite a lot, we turned the motor off and put both sails up, David rang his sister and proceeded to sing Happy Birthday to her which she loved, after ...