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... Morvan National Park, where we enjoyed some good walking, swimming, and blackberry picking. Here is nature, ‘au naturale ‘. We even got to hear a celtic band there – accordion, and uillean pipes.
-Long bike rides along the meandering river valleys in the Bourgogne, and canals of the Saone, Yonne and Nivernais, which all have well maintained bike paths, interspersed with beautiful little villages such as Dole, Gurgy, ...
So today sees the start of our epic adventure. There was an early wake up call for all and we were on the road by 04.30!!!! We hit the road to Dover and encounter our first issue closures on the M20!!!! Heh ho A2 it is! Well we made it. France Belgium a bit of Luxembourg and back int Belgium for our first night away. We are staying in a lovely hotel, Hotel Le Nid d'Izel Gaume-Ardenne, rolls of the young doesn't it! The room is lovely it's a suite with ...
... It's the first time but I stick up my thumb and before to long, I'm on my way. The language barrier is a problem. It's impossible to have a nice conversation but I manage to tell where I'm heading. They take me a couple of towns further and I start walking again. I'm constantly hitchhiking while I'm walking. At some point I get picked up by a guy who's going close to ...
Monday morning dawns clear and sunny, and we set off for Charlesville de Meziers.
Apart from some heavy traffic, on the outskirts of Lille, a completely uneventful drive.
The Aire at Charlesville de Meziers is full, so, we have to use the adjacent campsite (Camping Mount Olympus ).
We have time for a walk into town, and a beer, before the rain starts.
2nd June 2013
Isi awake at 5am! We had tea at 7 and wrote up yesterday's blog, then after breakfast we up to the Capitainerie to get up to date with publishing the blog and newsletter.
We said goodbye to Trevor and Chris as they were hitched up ready for the off and at 10.40 we were ready to cast off in glorious sunshine ready to make our way to Pont á Bar. The weather was very sunny with a bit of a chill in the wind at first.
Our first ...