Dinner time – our simple dinner fare consisted of rice, fried mackerel and salad
From the chateau to the tent — that’s many notches downgrade to our accommodation but we truly love going to the basics. To our little girl, the tent is more fun than the chateau and she can do a trade-in anytime. She was actually least happy at the chateau because the other guests were all senior people so aside from the dogs, she had no one to play with. At the camp, she was in her best element having made friends easily with the other kids, notwithstanding the language barrier.
Dinner preparation — rice and fried mackerel
Card game and warm drinks while waiting for the fresh bread that will be available at 8:30 am.
Sampling the croissant
Our little camper
At the camp playground with other children
Lots of fun between these two girls though one speaks Dutch and the other one is French
A friendship is born despite the language barrier
Two girls enjoying a beautiful friendship
These two girls tried table tennis but …. most times were busy picking the ball from the ground
Very determined table tennis players