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... showers! For €2 each, we could rinse off the last few days’ worth of grime. Yessir, we’ll take it! Granted, it felt a little weird for me to wander into the mens’ room (where the showers were located – apparently a large percentage of French truckers are male), but Dejo had gone first, and told me which door, so I didn’t encounter any surprises. The showers weren’t exactly sparkling, nor spacious, but they were warm and effective.
We were all a little nervous about getting accommodation tonight as we just found out it was a holiday week for France and everyone was on holidays. We tried a few different places with no luck. By this stage the tents were looking pretty good! Out last try came through with the goods and we stayed in our first 'mobile home'. Bec and Buff joined us on the Friday and we had an awesome night out at a ...
We stayed at a campsite just outside a small village called Aubigny. The area had a lot of attractions and visitor centres but we were hoping for some nice walks.
On the only full day we had there, we headed to another village nearby called Nesmy. From there we started a walk which took us past an old mill ...
... the campsite to retire for the evening. In the morning I was informed I would be helping my friend Jay out for a few nights and heading to La Loubine however, after hearing Chelsea wasn't happy on her own on Les Sables I replaced her and then had to arrange everything after she had gone. This was a single courier site so I was in charge of 10 mobiles which was enough workload for 1 person. This eventful day I met one of my very good friends Nat :) he became ...
... it cold. After walking all the way out to the jetty and waiting for about an hour I decided I had to go back home again and get something warmer on, so I did. Then walked all the way back out to meet Anne again. Then we decided to have a bread stick so I walked back about 400 m to the nearest Boulongerie. Boy was he having a good day. The queue was out in the street. So I got the bread and walked back to Anne again. The bread stick ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed