La Ferme du Vert
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... our heads smashed in.
We did find a pleasant enough windy path down to the beach - the bit without all the asphalt - with some withered looking desert plants that looked a bit odd in this very northern setting but at least were alive, and some nice flower plantings here and there in council planter boxes.
But the base line is - an old, faded sea port that's past its sell -by date that just fights against any improvement. Which ...
... can fit down a two lane road. So you have to stop and let people through or race through before the car gets on the road. Also you can cross the road to park on the wrong side of the road, so there are cars facing both ways when they park. They also just pull out onto roads and everyone just lets people through because if you waited for a gap to get through you would never move, so everyone just barges through. Tomorrow we leave Croyden and head down to ...
... French and I think she was thinking English – so a pretty ordinary dinner.
Next morning we visited a massive supermarket which was a delight. Prices and choice just fantastic. New Zealand has nothing that would match it. We had to try the bargains, including a red wine for 1€80, it was OK so was the Brie cheese for 1€20. We were well stocked with lots of goodies.
The following ...
... so often. A special cocktail party was held in a favourite spot, The Ocean Bar, and free appetizers and drinks. Bring it on!! Well little did we know that we were to be called up to receive a Major Award, a medallion for spending over 100 days at sea on one Dam ship or another. After the medallions were placed ceremoniously around our necks the photographer took our picture with the captain. Once home it will be placed in an appropriate spot. We then were escorted to lunch in ...
... ferry port with hundreds and hundreds of trucks lining up patiently to get on the ferry. Was pretty interesting to see how organised it all is. From there we found the white cliffs of Dover visitor centre and went for a stroll along the cliffs. It was a pretty chilly and wet, and some of the tracks had been closed so we couldn't actually go all the way along. The best sights were going to take a a good hour to walk and we didn't really ...