keycapmers et al - how was your holiday and site?
notthecod · 17/08/2004 18:50
Mine - Bonne anse plage at Le palmyre was fab - lots to do on site and fabbo beach a short drive away.
Grand 34b was spacious ( well you know) and the site is int a pine forest
drive there only 6 hours and really warm weather
notthecod · 17/08/2004 18:52
oh it was quite popular with teenagers - lots of english girsl pulling foreign boys.!
lively at night which suited our inquisitive boys
why do english girls always look like.. well you know
hmb · 17/08/2004 18:55
Domaine de la Foret (Vendee) was excellent. Nice and quite with good facilities. We all had a blast. The kids had more freedom than they have ever had in their lives. First rate for people with younger kids not wanting a disco each noght (1 a week and 1 quiz night......which the hmbers won!) The area is great with loads to do. We all ate too much!
honeybunny · 17/08/2004 18:59
Any "dont leave home without" tips? We're off to a Keycamps site in the Vendee on Monday. Again in a Grand 34b.
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:02
yes an old towel for the shower room floors
wine chiller sleeve thing
washing up equipmnt
kids play boules set and cricket or whatever
bikes are vital
a smell cool bag that will fit 6 cans in size for taking a few drinks to the beach
super glue ( yes really)
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:03
HB looks the sort of place we would choose
oh take a pagoda thing if you want lots of shade the parasols are crap
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:03
we also got a three wheeler buggy free
O take reins if you have a baby
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:05
portable dvd player of pc that runs them for a bit of p and q in the lunchtime heat
honeybunny · 17/08/2004 19:05
Werent planning on bikes as kids are 3.9yr and 2.4yr and I'm 24/40 pg! Could we hire if inclined? And do they do those kiddy seats or trolleys?
Pray tell... what was the superglue for?
nutcracker · 17/08/2004 19:06
Thinking of booking there for next year, just wondered if anyone had been and what your thoughts were.
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:06
taket hem something a bike with stablisers or a ride on
"cat" me if you like
the super glue was lent out three times - cnat remember what for
we have 3 boys
- nuff said
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:07
cant your 4 year old ride?
EVERYONE HAS THEM
nutcracker · 17/08/2004 19:09
Oh bugger and ther was me thinking i'd got the hang of this link malarky.
Will try again later, getting kids ready for bed now.
honeybunny · 17/08/2004 19:09
What and where is the Grand Metarie? As you can tell, I'm oh so researched in to this holiday. Must get surfing!
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:10
ooh honey think my nogh bours over hte road went there
will ask them
honeybunny · 17/08/2004 19:13
No, ds1 is v petite and never shown an interest in wheeled things. Still cant pedal his trike. Were thinking of getting him and ds2 a bike each for XMAS, in the hope that ds2 will push ds1 into getting on with it. His physio positively encouraged it for his hypermobility and low muscle tone! Just didnt wnt to make the mistake of getting it too soon, and him giving up before he's even given it a go. He's already such a perfectionist!
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:14
its a camp site in s brittany I think
oh sorry didnt realise there were physio problmes
maybe you can hire one if he sees the other kids
honeybunny · 17/08/2004 19:18
Maybe I exaggerate... he's not that bad, just a bit slower than his peers over some mobility things. Well thats my excuse for him not being able to pedal!! His friend 3weeks younger had a bike for his 3rd b-day and has had no probs. ds1 doesnt care but muggins here clearly has a complex!!!
notthecod · 17/08/2004 19:36
I really vant stress enough how much Ihtink you should take them. bUt its your call.
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