Hostellerie St Florent
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Man, we were so tired today that we could barely drag ourselves out of bed. In fact I don't think we got up until about 11.00am. Lyndon and I did manage to leave the house to buy food but that was all. Being such a lazy day we even had time to go through all 300 TV stations to double check for English shows and what ...
... was so dry from screaming so much, but it was a hoot. I even went on it another three times throughout the day!! Fear conquered.
By the afternoon it had started to rain and we were all getting pretty tired …. well, Lyndon, Lil and I were getting tired. Spencer it seemed was an energiser bunny, running all over the place and when we had all had enough he even went on the pirate ship by himself. Although Lil resisted at first (that shows how much we had done as ...
... it’s a clearly marked parking place’. Conversation over!
After all of that stress and anguish we found out that the restaurant next door was not actually serving meals, however they were happy to cook for us. I had a look at the menu but nothing was in English and I had no idea what 90% of it was so I just couldn’t face the stress of the whole situation …. we moved on.
Although it was still a bit of a drive away, after ...
... today was Sunday, so no shops were opened …. not even the huge supermarket that we had been to yesterday. So I guess we are going out for lunch just for something different.
As we were leaving the house we ran into Olivier’s mother who lived next door. We had such a funny conversation as she did not speak a word of English and we understand very little French or German, both of which she did speak. So we 'talked’ for about 15 minutes and used a lot ...
... close eye on what is happening behind you because even when driving at 150kms per hour there might be another car screaming up behind you. You need to watch ahead in case someone breaks because it obviously takes longer to stop from that speed and you need to make your own assessment of the weather conditions and determine what is safe …. the list goes on and it all makes it a very different experience from driving at home. ...