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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and then a week at a campsite in the mountains, before going down to the coast in September after the French have gone back to work. We have no return ticket at the moment, but we will need to be back home at the end of October for MOTs and servicing. What's new on Monty? A new rear view camera has been fitted. Internal sunshades have been purchased, and daylight running lights have been installed. An extra 12v socket has been put into the cab. ...
... had just stopped seating, so we asked for some suggestions for dining in the area. She disappeared and we were met by an aggressive polish man talking like he was chewing his face off who kept saying that they were closed! I told him that I understood and we just wondered if there was any place open in the area. He cut me off then asked where we were from. We told him and he waved us in and abruptly sat us. We were both a ...
The church bell chimed in the New Year and then every hour afterwards! The boats in the harbour clanged and the locals rode their mopeds up and down the quay - and that was to celebrate the new year.
Fecamp is a lovely fishing port with a good parking place for motorhomes.
We had about a 3 hour drive to the channel tunnel and packed up and left by 9.00
The fridge had decided to play up - it didn't work on gas, but was fine on hook up or battery. What is it with ...
... very big drums by the sound of it. I have no idea why or what this about (something to do with Diwali perhaps?) but it involved two loud men with microphones chanting and an army of drummers following them through the streets of Delhi. Nice touch that. So both me and Matt (sorry myself and Matt haha, yep still insane) suitably well rested (seething with sarcasm that one) got up and wolfed down some breakfast then it was time to show Matt a site in Delhi. I decided on the Jama Masjid as ...
... a week in the Borneo Jungle living in an Iban long house and hopefully spotting wild orangutans and other wildlife,doing some trekking around the jungle and interacting with the Iban tribe. There is also the possibility of taking part in a project whilst in the jungle, such as counting orangutan nests or some reforestation
After that it's off ...