Mercure Sete Balaruc Les Bains
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Neville got up through the night to go to the toilet and noticed some things had been moved on the bench. Then he saw the passenger's door was open a bit and when he went outside the keys were in the sliding door. They had been in his jeans pocket. His money belt was gone too from up beside our bed Outside we found some stuff on the ground and some more things on a picnic table nearby.
Luckily his money belt was there and so were ...
... leisurely walked down to the restaurant. There are very little pavements in servian so we risked our lives trying to walk down the street which was packed with cars. We finally made it and were presented with this sort of cafe style restaurant, very simple in design and about half a dozen tables. On first site it did not look like much. But we had no other option so we sat down. We ordered all our food and when ...
... moment. Lunch is at a lovely little bistro, Rive de Thau. Platters of fresh Basin de Thau shellfish are the specialty in the town. Oysters, small sweet mussels, crevettes (small prawns) and sea snails. We sit and enjoy some succulent freshly shucked oysters from the oyster leases literally just in front of us. I have a sole meunière. It is perfect and surpasses my previous favourites from The Oaks Hotel and ...
This morning started again with a running session.
Then we got ready and headed to Beziers to shop again. When we were there I asked Mum where the Supra shop was - she was right! I got some cool new DC Sneakers and so did Olli.
Then we went down a few side streets and saw some great shops.
We stopped and had morning tea - I ...
... simpler message for me in 2014: DO NOT TURN YOUR VAN THERE. THE SAND IS VERY SOFT! And had I heeded their warming I wouldn't have met a gang of very helpful guys with spades, rocks, a tow line and a 4 wheel drive pickup who gradually helped to extricate me from my sandy sink. As always there was the quiet but very practical guy (reminded me of Protick!) who spoke no English but got on with stuff. Then there was the leader and ...