Travel Blogs from Drain
I'm in Casablanca now, it's 31°, Nantes was 12 °. It's brown like Australia, France was lush and green,I don't suppose they have great tasting strawberries here. How odd, this morning I was wandering around the market in La Boule, now Casablanca. Two hours flight and the world has completely changed, it's not like this in Australia! Waiting for Dad (Chris), I haven't heard from him. I wrote an email on Friday, no response. Hope all is ...
Bonsoir mes enfants et amies!
We enjoyed a pleasant cycle up the coast following the "velocean" cycle path past grazing cows, salt marshes and tidal flats where the ocean recedes up to 3 kl and makes possible the harvest of the region's ample supply of oysters and clams. A few very short conversations with friendly locals were highlights as I struggled to understand their enthusiastic explanations of the region ...
been invited to lunch with Sophie and Andy friends
of Sallys, so Wayne decided
that it would be a good idea to try and wear me out before I got
there so that I would be on my best behaviour.
Although I appreciated the long walk before I got there it turned out
to be unnecessary as a treat was in store for me in the form of
Now Julien is Sophie and Andy’s
9 year old son who had ...
... the only thing I could say was "He was so...whimsical!"...it's true though...he was! After that we explored the island a bit more and virtuously ate a heathy vegan lunch. Ok so it was the only thing open and it was raining...but it was still pretty tasty. Don't tell Iris! ;). On the way home we wandered through the "trendy" area and stumbled upon the worlds coolest street performing marching band. Also whimsical! The next day we headed over to the first chateau of our ...
Last time I was here, I couldn't walk yet. Now I can, yey!!
The Christmas market is so cool. Lots of people offering all kinds of stuff. I got to try roasted Chestnuts, sugar pretzels, and all sort of treats.
The lights are even prettier, but I wasn't allow to put them in my mouth. Bummer.