Le Pavillon Bleu
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We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...
The dew was dripping from the porch of my tent as I pushed the canvas open to reveal a fine morning full of promise. The underlying threat of a fickle motorbike seemed to have dissipated during the cold night (one which required me to don thermals and a packed-spare-of-the-moment monkey hat). Surely after such a chill there could be no issues today. After a quick cup of tea from the stove and a few brioches we packed up and readied the ...
... treats, and drunk our way through litres of yummy sangria, cheap beer and wine. We have done our fair share of French and Spanish radio which clearly play the same 15 or so pop songs on rotation, Spanish radio was slightly better. And despite the fact that we had to share our shower time with beach goers and always wonder where our next toilet will be, we both have loved the camping life in our van and can't wait to do it all over again another day somewhere else in the ...
... A big drive from Roscoff to a town just out of Bordeaux, then the next day onto Hossegor south west of France. We had a few goes at using our year 9 French skills stopping at local markets on the way and picking up in season fruit and veg including nectarines and apricots..and of course a baguette! We arrived in Hossegor on probably the busiest Saturday possible - first Saturday of school summer holidays ...
We arrived at Gatwick on the
train we then stood in the queue for a good hour or so until we finally dropped
our heavy bags and got on the plane to Bordeaux then we got on the train to
Bayonne then the bus to Capbreton and then the lady who owned the apartment
fortunately came and got us from the bus station as it was late and there were
not taxis. We were all very hot and tired when we arrived at ...