Campanile Dunkerque Sud Loon Plage
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... the mud to get hooked up, we gladly took up our neighbours offer of a cup of tea.
They had been fulltiming, mostly in Spain for years. And they gave us some very useful tips. We will get a small electric kettle and a low power fan heater.
And so to food and bed - listening to the persistent rain.
Exhausted but having sooo much fun.
This morning I woke on time and after a quick breakfast and a cup of coffeee, I was ready to leave at about 6.45am. The trip to Calais was uneventful; just a few queus and a lot of slow,moving traffic. Having stopped twice on the way for a cup of coffee and a bathroom visit, I arrived at Calais Port at 12.15pm. Sailing time of the ferry was 1.30pm, with check in at 12.45pm. It is now, however, 2.15pm, so we have already got a delay of 45 minutes. The ship itself has ...
... signs were non-existent !!! The plan was to follow to the route for 40 odd Ks and then have lunch at the old cheese factory, but rain and more hail came, and once Lucy saw the signs for the factory, the route was thrown out the window !!!
So we stopped for lunch, and whilst there, the sun came out, so we finished up and moved on.
Now even though we were not far from Ieper, we had lost the route, so we followed some signs ...
Alors, we were back in to familiar territory after a great two weeks in Bangladesh and a family holiday in Holland.
It was even the more special because it signified for Anna being back with her family after one full year away.
It also signified a new start, a start that for me has been absent for nearly 4 years.
Arriving in France and staying with Anna's parents in Wimereux had been great. As we commenced our quest in to the real ...
... It was more of a mobile home site than a camp site, the toilet and showers left a lot to be desired. After breakfast Andy, Rosemary and Barbara whent off to the nearest town to get a sim card for the internet. Leaving John to look after the bus the rest of us went to catch the local bus to the town. We got there to find the shops closed for lunch so we had to find a bar to sample the local brew. The shops opened at 2.30 so we had a ...