I haven't posted in a while so I am back again with a new post for you all.
I have recently been in a wonderful place called Samoe
ns(sam-wons) for the past week with my Aunty H, Uncle M and my cousin, L. In case you didn't realise I am using nicknames to protect them:)
So they own this stunning chalet in this holiday park, which is two story, however we stayed in a three-storied one because there were originally going to be more people with us. I chose a bedroom facing the back garden (which was shared and had a real life waterfall) opposite my cousins. We were on a mountain, 6, 000ft high!
When we got there I unpacked immediately, sorting my new clothes into drawers, and put on a pink dress with beige flowers and we went out for a meal in a smart restaurant, which I forgot the name of. The town is famous for a dish called Tartiflette, so we all shared a starter of lush bread and different meats and pâté's, then a main course of Tartiflette, which was delicious.
Throughout the week, we had plenty of activities. I remember the first day we crossed this thick grey mud on beautiful bluey-grey stepping stones to a large white water river and skimmed stones. We played pond golf and had a picnic by the lake. We went to a huge waterfall and showered under it (another thing ticked off my bucket list), we went horse riding in large lagoons and rivers, went to the highest point of a mountain, 12,000ft high...although that night I was sick because of it...
My favourite place was the square. It had a small carousel, a beautiful white stoned church with a bell that rang every hour, restaurants and shops all round, and a stage where one night a (very attractive) French indie band played and it was wonderful.
There was also an Irish Bar called "Koveys" which felt like home because everyone who went there was English.
In conclusion I had the time of my life, and I hope you enjoyed reading about it.
Lot's of love, Jess xox