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Today we planned to go to arcachon to visit dune de plait but we miss the 11am train and the next one is not until after 12 so we decide to go tomorrow instead. We wandered down to the river stopping at a supermarket to pick up a baguette and some cheese for lunch, we sit on the side of the river to eat it is a very pretty view. The rest of the day is spend wandering the ...
... man who replied, 'yes'. He let her use his phone and we could now be certain we were at the right station, had the right meeting point and we knew what car to look for.
After a short wait, two French men pulled up calling, 'Amanda? Blablacar?'. We said yes, they helped us with our bags and we were off.
We have come across a web site call blablacar. This is a car pooling forum and the way it works is a person maybe going from point A to B ...
... we checked in, we relaxed for a while and then headed out for dinner. We found a little restaurant that did a set menu. It had a dining table and chairs and a desk and chair stuck to the ceiling - a bit Daliesque. We were also serenaded by an old guy singing a few French favourites, much to Jillian's delight! The guy next to us seemed to really enjoy it. A while later he was fast asleep at the table. His wife woke him, but ...
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 ...
... worked out that if you can park close enough you don't need to go inside and can do what you need to do in the comfort of the van, my waistline is going to thank me for that! Stopped the night at an Aire in the lovely village of Trémolat. Watched the van beside me desperately rotating their satellite dish looking for a TV signal, it made me think of ET trying to find a signal so he could "go ...