Bretteville du grand Caux
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Musquitos must be renamed buzzkitos.
Yesterday I gave a guy a baguette, because he missed the baker, today I got one in return AND 2 croissants for thank you, an unexpected surprise.
It is a bit colder than other days, so for the very first time since
Today we must do some shopping first. When we come back it starts to drizzle, but the drizzling soon develops in a
We visit the ‘Ecomusée de la pomme et du cidre’ in Bretteville du grand Caux, a village of 350 people :) but actually it is situated almost in the next village.
The tour is in French, the farmer takes us through his farm to show the machines and explains the growing of apples and other interesting things that have to do with farming in common, but in
Of course we cannot understand everything, but that he is the farmer proved his first line:
“These trees were planted by my grandfather, those trees were planted by my father, and I will be planting and replacing trees for my children (because an average high stemmed apple tree starts producing after 12 years). After the tour that takes an hour, we get to taste the cider and other drinks. It is fresh, and exciting. It tastes so very different from the cider we drink in
Inside the caravan cooking goes well, outside two poor girls from