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... of flooding was such that we were not happy to try and drive through the heavy floods to get to the camp. So we knew that there was a site at Equihen-plage. We followed signs and they took us to an aire - just a stopping place with gravel and a water dump and fresh water.
We settled down and let the storm blow over.
Another good night.
So we poddled along from Canterbury to Dover this morning. We caught the 1230 ferry and sat for 3 hours whilst it fought its way through the weather in the English Channel. The food on board DFDS is not to be recommended.
Having arrived and got offloaded very rapidly, we drove a very short distance down the coast to a camp site which is open ...
... day trip over the ditch to England to visit the grandparents for a hearty Sunday Roast and a English food run at Tesco's.
Sometimes extreme high tides occur around the Wimereux area. On this occasion the English Channel got pretty choppy and mixed with break walls along the "Digue", created some big splashes when the big waves crashed in to the wall sending the water up meters in to the sky and dislodging concrete seats.
It was quite ...
... visited the Nausicaa centre in the dock area of Boulogne and of course a short drive to the Hypermarket to stock up on French essentials for home (Olive Oil, Vinegar, Couscous, Spices and wine, not forgetting Alcohol Free beer of course.
The town of Boulogne is one we used to rush through from the ferries that used to dock there, so this time we were able to wander the streets and enjoy the street cafe's and Saturday Market too.
Travel down the coast road to Boulogne Sur Mer stopping at 'Battery Todd' Impressive battery aimed at the English Coast.Arrived in Boulogne Sur Mer for the night. Great camping Aire on the cliff top overlooking Boulogne. Cycled in to the centre to check out the old medieval walled town. Huge Cathedral overlooking the ...