Holiday endings are always depressing. Today is no different. I am currently sat in the tinest airport in Beziers, longing for my mobile home back in Vias Plage.
I never thought I would long for a mobile home….
We almost didn’t make it. Some other enthusiastic homeward bound holiday makers sneaked into our taxi whilst we were ambling up the road weighed down with luggage. Luckily our driver returned when he realised his error and I looked crestfallen and woeful as I accepted my fate that I really had to come home.
Our last day was tremendous, no clouds, temperatures of 27 degrees. We started by the pool and ended the day playing boules on the beach.
And now we have to come home!
BB has turned a colour we are all envious of, and on the other extreme, twin boy is missing a layer of skin from his back.
We no longer trust the apply once and it lasts all day sunscreen.
My French has improved tremendously since being here. My vocabulary and understanding is the same but my accent is fabulous (in my head). We won’t mention anything about the fact that I have been asking for water in Spanish all week…
So it is bon voyage from us to our Al Fresco home. Vias Plage has been amazing, a fantastic resort, excellent for families, and a place where we have built some incredible new memories.
We so wish we were still there!
Yelloh! Village Beach Club Farret Open: 26th April to 21s September 2014
Just 300m from the main parc entrance, `Beach Farret’ accommodation annex is perfect for beach lovers and those who enjoy the more relaxing pace away from the main hub.
Prices are from £301 for six people staying in a Vivaldi mobile home at Yelloh! Village Beach Club Farret arriving 21/06/2014/14 for seven nights. (OFF-PEAK)
Prices are from £857 for six people staying in a Vivaldi mobile home at Yelloh! Village Beach Club Farret arriving 28/08/2014 for seven nights. (PEAK)