Le Clos des Potiers
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- Pets allowed
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... day. I was wearing a shirt that said New Zealand on it and I saw lots of people in French jerseys out and about. I ended up talking to a couple of old French men with maman. It was so funny they were all telling me how the French were going to smash The All Blacks. After that we returned home and prepared some food for dinner. It was going to be Rolond, Fabienne, Mathis, Two family friends and me. I decided to ...
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... we only have sub 2 euro wine!]
Ellie: no no, that's fine [Thank god for that] we have plenty of wine here.
Me: [Blind panic continuing] Well in that case, let us bring some cheese [why did i just say that! the cheese is also cheap and has SUPER U written on it in large writing]
Ellie: that sounds wonderful. Shall we say 5pm.
Me: [NERVOUS LAUGHTER] sounds great.
Bugger. As we walked down the road we saw a dead snake - a bad omen perhaps.
... have been different it it had gone smoothly from the begining? Who knows. Did it make us stronger? Who knows. But what I do know, is the feeling of stress. Sure things have been a little stressful at times, but this was different...
It all started at the Paris Charles de Guild Aeroport. We were told we would be picked up and taken outside the airport to go through the camper so we wouldn't have to try and navigate our way out. Well, after an hour of trying to find the camper and ...