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  1. An Australian sportsman/sportswoman is called an "Ausi" and proud to be called it.
  2. Thanks for that info Nick . It seems like its Credit Agricole thats the problem then. I will have to try other banks.
  3. Nick I'm interested in which bank you use in the uk and which bank you draw out from in France. In the last month I have tried to use a Santander card and a Nationwide card at Credit Agricole . They wanted to charge €5 for a transaction. .
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    Thats a nice job Ken 2 days off to rest and some good weather and you will soon have it done.
  5. We have ours fresh. Ive just checked though and you can freeze it, it also says you can freeze it in ice cubes. Next time we have a coulis I will freeze some in the ice tray and try it with a GnT !
  6. Make raspberry coulis? A favourite with ice cream.
  7. The card i used at Credit Agricole was a UK Santander Zero debit mastercard. Usually no charges. I know from the past that Mastercards were not accepted in some supermarchés so next time we're out I will try a visa and see what happens.
  8. Thought that I would draw a bit of cash out at Credit Agricole from my UK bank account to take advantage of the exchange rate. THERE IS A CHARGE OF 5 EURO FOR THIS TRANCACTION warning came on the screen ! I've never had that one before . Its two years since we were last here and pre Brexit. Has this charge been applied because of Brexit or is it just Credit Agricole taking advantage. Does anyone know if there is a french bank that doesn't charge ?
  9. Hi Ken we've always wondered where they overnight and guessed it might be Spain.
  10. Seen the first grues flying south today . There were five flocks of them but not as bigger flocks as previous years. They still made quite a noise though
  11. So sad to loose your best buddy. Ive been there and know the hole left behind. I'm happy that you still have a another mate for companionship. You will still have someone to chunter to whilst tending the jardin. I seem to remember one of your dogs being in an rta many years ago obviously recovered nd lived a full life.
  12. What a nice looking dog. Is it the same one that you posted a few days ago ?
  13. Hi Mint sorry to hear of your problems and hope that you are picking up and getting fitter. It's sad that you missed the Arcachon holiday and walk I hope that you get there in the future. I have some understanding of how you feel as over the last 2 years have been having treatment and have been totally exhausted. The answer to your question is no we're not back in france yet but fingers crossed hope to come over at the end of the month and really looking forward to it.
  14. Another day out could be a trip to les Eyzies and the museum there. Also a visit to the new Lascaux cave (book online). It's a replica of the original and well worth a visit
  15. Arcachon is one of my favourite places. Until the last couple of years we used to have a few days there in early October every year also the la dune du pilat the highest sand dune in europe is a short drive from there at Teste du buche. Its quite spectacular. Also the sea food is excellent around there.. From Arcachon there is a ferry across to cap ferret where there is a renowned restaurant. There is an Arcachon live webcam that you can view on the web for a feel of the place.
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