Les Pins d'Or
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the bubble of my vehicle, bounced around by the various stimulants... excitement, sadness, anxiety, freedom... That night I parked up in a service station at Lugos after dark, feeling claustrophobic, dirty, disorganised, and slept in my clothes with the benefit of at least being able to stretch out... It was quite fun being nowhere though, slightly lost in transit getting a chocolat chaud from the empty cafe, falling into a cautious sleep for the first time in my van.
... double boom, Tinkerbell started first time despite the searing heat. Soon we came off the motorway and headed for our destination, which was to be Hossegar tonight. Arriving in another small village, with the mandatory church, I didn't spot any useful signs for where we were supposed to go so instead I followed one for Souston lake, or "lac de Souston" as they call it here. This was a cool little place to stop and chill for a while, a ...
... they caught them. We have had the best time road tripping through south England and exploring the west coast of France and Spain. We both wouldn't change a thing...car problems and all as it makes for good stories and experiences. Both the French and Spanish have been nothing but helpful and friendly towards us and we have enjoyed meeting some amazing people along the way. We have seriously eaten our way through loads of baguettes, chorizo and cheese plus lots of ...
... the garden ;-) sat chilling and chatting for a few hours before taking Ted the dog for a lovely cycle ride in the forest behind their house, after a few beers you can imagine the fun Ellie and I had on couple of bikes and sandy forest floor! Had a lovely meal then spent another few hours chatting & sipping chilled wine ahhhhhhhhh ...
... wwoofing gave them this opportunity by providing free accommodation for however long they required. Meanwhile the farmers gained extra hands to carry out jobs, and as we soon discovered on our farm, the 'wwoofing' workforce can be essential to their livelihood.
We had come across this scheme last summer but being disorganised and indecisive as we usually are, never actually got around to organising it. We thought the notion of having to subscribe, pay ...