We are off to France, on a car ferry and then driving to our destination at the other end. It’s been yonks since I went to France, and I’ve never driven on the Continent, so I read up.
It’s common knowledge that you need some extra car kit to drive legally in France, but a new law, enforced at the beginning of July, means that as well as the high viz jackets, hazard triangle and headlight deflectors, you also have to carry breathalysers. At the moment, les gendarmes are going relatively easy on unprepared tourists, but why flout the rules? French motorways are not free, so have some money to hand for tolls. It goes without saying that a route map or sat nav is important as well.
Anyway, since a lot of my posts about nos vacances will be vlogs, I thought I’d start how I meant to go on. Shot and edited by my lovely husband, enjoy!
* Yes yes yes, you don’t need to tell me, I have a substantial bosom, I know. I didn’t realise The Girls were quite as on show as they are. Thanks, husband!