We did it in style, with a trip to the seaside and making daisy chains. Three of the awesome foursome walking team The low tide went out at least 1/2 km if not more! The iconic French takeaway, when we returned it was surrounded by people, we were not one of them, too early and… Continue reading Our last HOORAY (Part 2)
A day to say "Au Revoir" to some.
First things first. Oh, but the choices! Then a decision. The seaside it is to be. Well, that was the plan on leaving home base. Until we arrived in Boulogne-Sur-Mur a city by the sea, It is split in two with the new part down by the sea and up higher is the old… Continue reading Walking the Wall – Boulogne-Sur-Mur
Not long ago we ventured to the Hesdin marché, [or farmers’ market], and got a little carried away. Though our first visit was a different experience. As with most regular local gatherings, we watch to see how the locals do things. 1) Enjoy the market all you want! It’s okay to walk through slowly and… Continue reading Marché – Oui et Non
My contribution to this passing on malarky was started by Nilla from "ImageEarthTravel" who nominated me for "The Versatile Blogger Award" which I believe means sharing the love through the act of sharing the blogs. I am always up for a challenge and a bit of light-hearted entertainment, let's face it life is far too short… Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award and 7 facts about me
No rain, NO WIND, No fog
How appropriate that I write up our visit to Dublin on St Patricks Day