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... the harbour wall and then along the promenade. It was beautiful with good views of the castle and village. Another interesting walker was a lady with a huge long haired black dog, almost the size of a Shetland pony.
Then the bus back to collect the cases, a walk into town, the bus to the airport and here we are waiting to board our plane back to everyday life again, but with ideas of where we think we are going next.
... with their terracotta roofs? Where Bougainvillea thrives in abundance and the beautiful Jacaranda trees that bloom in May? Is it blue skies or the miles of Atlantic kissed terracotta tinged beaches? The people? Why do I have such an enduring love for a country that isn’t my own? I suspect, deep down, it is something to do with my grandmother’s Greek genes that keep pulling me back here. I love the heat. Two hours from the Mainland UK and it is 10 ...
... in the field right next to it! (The one where they destroy the 4 artillery pieces In the field.) I think right after this, we had the wasp attack in the back of the car. Bryan and nick screamed like little girls in the back seat as I hunched over and tried to focus on the road. It was really funny and embarrassing because we had all the windows down. Definitely did not give the good USA a good reputation there! Finally, we made it to carentan. However, since it is a "big" city, ...
... was incredulous and we could make out that he was asking how many kilometres that was. Jonno couldn't answer that but told him 21 hours travel. Again he was amazed and with a laugh and an "au revoir" he left us. We imagined him recounting the story to friends and family - "there were 3 Australiennes sitting on the steps of the Catholic Church in the cold eating quiche, they travelled 21 hours for that!" And onto ...
... head out to see Utah Beach.
-Once off the N13 or the D2/D900, slow down since the roads are often quite winding and with blind spot stops. The locals understand this and seem to be quite courteous towards foreign travellers. Fellow tourists may be your biggest menace.
-You can avoid parking in the main square at Ste-Mere-Eglise by using the side streets close at hand.
-This region seems popular with the French who display a high regard for ...