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Managed to escape from Calais without any close encounters with the many 'refugees' trying to get to Britain although we did see plenty running around of the dual carriageways and lying about aimlessly on the grass verges. There was also a massive police presence patrolling the convoy of lorries parked up waiting to get the ferry to Dover. You can't help but feel sorry for the, mostly young, men who presumably are taken to the ferry ports ...
... convinced all the students to become trombone players. Woohoo! After a bite to eat, courtesy of the town council (!), we had some time to wander the town and it's nearby neighbour Le Treport. The kids all had a swim in the English Channel (or la Manche as it's known on this side), and some adults had a paddle. A funicular railway took passengers to the top of the cliffs for a fantastic view over the towns and the channel. Today was our first day of wet weather which was a ...
... ran out of time to find a camping spot as everyone had got there first and the official camping grounds close at 6 or 7 pm. We were tired and hungry when we saw a carpark on a corner along the beachfront with a couple of motorhome spots marked. A lovely Frenchman came running out and told us we were welcome to park there at no charge for the night. Up bright and early today and off to Omaha beach. Bit of a cold and miserable day but hopefully it may ...
TodayTrip total 438KM
I didn’t sleep very well last night, I guess due to some anxiety about this trip. I set off according to plan and stopped at the services on the M25, about half way to the tunnel, phoned Ash to get my last English fix on her voice for a month or so and had a coffee. All in all a non eventful trip from Didcot to Folkstone which is good. I arrived at the check some 4 hours before ...
... stayed for two nights. After an initial recce the day we arrived, the next day Nigel fished while I walked into town - I perhaps had more success - I got photos! I was particularly intrigued by the Tour de Lanterne, which was originally a lighthouse.
We then passed into the Marais, basically reclaimed marshland, ...
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Very good food, great view, we had a thunder storm to watch. Service is very old school, a smile, would of helped
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