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chapmag

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  • Birthday 01/06/1954

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    Cote D' Solent!!
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    2010 Skoda Superb Elegance
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    2006 Bailey Arizona

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  1. Many thanks for your two responses.. we'll probably go with camping port’land in Port en Bessin as that's a confirmed walk in pool rather than the probable Municipal one. But will check out both. Thanks again. G.
  2. Hi all, It's been a while since I've been on here.. but much has happened in our lives!!! We moved house and built a 60 sq Mtr extension. After many years of saying we will.. we are finally in 2020 (April/early May) going to do the D-Day Beaches. As some of you may recall my wife suffered a brain injury a while ago (20 years ago actually) and as a consequence has difficulty with elevations (stairs, steps and even steep slopes in the countryside). It's a along shot... but is anyone aware of a campsite around Arromanches or the D-Day beaches that has a heated swimming pool that has walk in steps (rather than ladder access)? Thanks in anticipation. Chapmag.
  3. Hi All, It's been a while!! After caravaning in France since 1985 and promising ourselves we will one day do the D-Day Beaches for the last 20 years.. we've finally decided to bite the bullet!! We are planning to be outbound the last week of April or the first week of May 2020. We've been told that Arromanches is a good base for what we plan to be a week in the area. We've driven past the church at St Mere Eglise numerous times... but we're looking for recommendations for Campsites in the area near Arromanches. Thanks in anticipation. G.
  4. She's keeping her fingers (just). . . as the deed is done. Acetone is the obvious choice. . . but what will it do to the net/curtain??? Anyone with experience??? TIA. G
  5. Hi All, SWMBO had a faulty cap on her nail varnish and when she shook it she got a splash on the insect net blind and one on the curtain! Has anyone any experience of removing nail varnish from these items??? Answers on a postcard please!!! Chapmag.
  6. chapmag

    Cadac Chef

    Safari Chef for us. ... prefer charcoal when BBQing. . but use the Safari Chef for everything else. . curries, paella, fry up, chili con carne, Sapghetti Bolognese. . anything that requires cooking outside the 'van to avoid impregnating the 'van with cooking odours.
  7. I have had this on our Senator Arizona Series 5 after the pink had run dry. Is it possible you have an air lock in there somewhere? Not sure how to fix it other than maybe manoeuvring the 'van to see if any air lock can be broken? HTH. G
  8. That's how we do it too!!!! Though we are on Talk Mobile Contracts at £7:50 a month. G.
  9. Many thanks. .. most thorough answer yet and we will keep it stored for use when we visit!! Thanks again. G.
  10. Geoff! You're so cruel!!!! I simply attempted to suggest an alternative to the norm (read best!!). There are those on here who sing ADAC's praises! Even if it's two strikes and your out! (or is it 3????). Or perhaps I got that wrong! I pay approx. £350 for a Red Pennant Annual (multi-trip) policy for the last 30 years . .. that I have (thankfully) never had to call upon! That's less than a £1 a day for total peace of mind!!! As I've said before. . If I befall some unfortunate accident (broken leg, hit by a bus or worse) I know that CC/Red Pennant would afford my nearest and dearest the very best of support and leadership in sorting out the consequences. I've seen it work for others many times and I wouldn't leave these shores without it!!. Sorry for the rant (NOT) G.
  11. ADAC??? . .................. I'll get my coat!!!! G.
  12. That's Karma. .. the person that told me about Scottshaven was also from Wales!!! LOL.
  13. Thanks all for the pointers. We've decided against going next late spring/early summer with the 'van. . but as we live only 3 miles from Portsmouth Ferry Port we may just pop over for a week and do B&B! Thanks again all. .. seen the parachute at St Marie Eglise when driving past and booked Le Cormoran a couple of years ago. .. but had to change plans at the last minute!! We will "do the beaches" and I will take all of your input into account. Thanks again. G.
  14. Hi, Been a while! Can anyone tell me about pedestrian access to the D Day Beaches? SWMBO is mobile (she walks with a stick after a stroke) but cannot cope with multiple elevations. Think along the lines of severe vertigo. We would like to spend some time in 2017 "doing" the D Day Beaches but we have been unable to find information about accessing said beaches by foot. Are the car parks/access points at the same level as the beaches are would we encounter steep dunes etc? Thanks in anticipation. G.
  15. La Rochelle itself and the Ile de Re are both worth a visit. . but don't do the Ile de Re at the weekend. .. the French invade it enmasse on cycles!!!!! P. S. There is a Toll Bridge onto the Ile de Re!!
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