Pierre & Vacances Le Rouret Holiday Village
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... girl, ending with her decapitation. Glad I didn't live back then. We walked back through the old town again, found a lovely little restaurant for lunch, and watched fascinated, while the man at the next table ate testicles for lunch, with a green salad, of course. A little tired we headed back to the hotel, just beating a thunderstorm. A couple of hours in, and then back out again for dinner. No testicles. Tomorrow, a less strenuous day. Perhaps some light ...
... rooms. It was not until a couple of hours later that someone else said that they paid to look at the casino when we realised that we somehow had escaped the net!! The casino was not operating at the time, as it must do so only at night. One thing that we did find out from our guide was that you have to prove that you have a certain (large) bank balance to be able to enter gamble in this casino. There is another casino about 100m away ...
... in jewels and gold displayed in cases. The priest was conducting the service in the back of the church but inside a very secluded area that had a long display of golden paintings and colorful structures covering the back. Alexis and I saw on a side and witnessed most of the service, but after a while, we didn't know what was being said and for to not be disrespectful, we left quietly during a break.
Afterwards, we wanted to explore the older part of the ...
... that in Wellington would be awesome. Just got all the locals involved. There was a big mix of people there! On the advice of our hostel receptionist we headed to an area that is popular with the locals for dinner. It was just a huge square full of bars and restaurants. It turned out that the food was very pricey, so we just took a look around the bars and headed elsewhere for food. The food here is limited... Kebabs, ...
With small errands still to do and wanting to visit the tourism office we set out mid-morning to start ticking things off the list. I was able to get a new passport photo taken so we could finally send our applications off to be renewed and we came across a party supplies store to bit up a few bits to help dress Larz up for my birthday. With a billion tourist brochures in hand we headed back to the campsite to plan our next few days of adventuring, inbetween enjoying ...