Champagne and family and goodbye to France

We’re on the chunnel train, just about to head back to the UK. We’re delayed an hour because a train broke down in the chunnel earlier, and they’re running half as often.

It was a super weekend in France. We got to explore the champagne region a lot more than we did when we were here years ago. They’re just harvesting now, and it’s interesting to see. We had some tastings at a couple of small caves, and had the impressive and educational tour at Moet Chandon.

We also got to hang with Lt Dan and Nellie for a couple of days, and laugh and reminisce and eat loads and drink champagne and drive around and plan visits to Oz. It’s certainly making saying our goodbyes to this part of the world bittersweet.

Au revoir, France.


2 Responses to “Champagne and family and goodbye to France”

  1. September 30, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    You can live France vicariously through me if I can live Victoria vicariously through you. Deal?

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