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Trip Report In France Again

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There is a certain type of Frenchman that many of us recognise, even people who have not yet made it to France, Start with the hairstyle: beautifully cut, so that it falls naturally into place at all times, and greying in a distinguished way. He wears a suit tailored to hang perfectly and never crease or rumple, His shoes are elegant, perfectly burnished and never scuffed or mud-spattered.

Except...

On holidays he wears a stylish Lacoste "pull" in shades of navy and grey, Move down, and see that he is wearing cherry-pink bermudas, and his feet are shod in day-glo yellow flip-flops.

The French are a different people when the take seaside holidays.

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