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... didn't seem particularly frisky to me. We came to the village that was our destination, Le Crotoy which is located on the Baie de Somme which has a very tidal basin and the tide was out so there was just a vast beach. We sat on the beach to have our lunch although I had to go off to try and find some sun block as it was so warm. Everywhere was shut for lunch so I had to go back 30 minutes later. We just sat around on the beach as Lily ...
... food and got back in Sven but the only way out was the way we came in and this was a one way section, we didn't care and broke the law otherwise we would have been camping in the Leclerc car park. Back on the road again and we stopped in our last Aire and had some tasty baguettes with some extremely pungent fromage and sat and enjoyed the warmth of the sunshine. On the last stretch to our campsite I had ...
... bit of duty free shopping, a litre bottle of Vodka and a litre bottle of Captain Morgan's we were set. We headed back to Fifi, programmed our co-ordinates for Ken who I might add was extremely excited to get us moving and hit the motorways. We had decided upon a base and away we went. Ken was the perfect navigator and we arrived within an hour and a half to our destination, we were really excited to find we had arrived only to ...
... checked in, and rested a few minutes.
Then we went out to enjoy the Christmas market. This market had several tableau, including a penguin architect learning how to build an igloo, and a Village de Pere Noel (dubbed a "Selfie Zone"). Paul had a tasty crepe-like meal with mushrooms and cheese, then we shared a massive beignet, filled with Nutella. Nummers. Then back to the hotel to relax and ...
... along a magnificent back road and you come over a hill and there in front of you is a war cemetery with thousands of head stones of the dead. These villages are generally only five kilometres apart and with so many war cemeteries along the Poppy trail the magnitude of the death and destruction of WW1 hits home.
Anyone with an interest in Australian history should make a point of visiting Amiens and the surrounding areas in order to pay respect to those who went before ...