A Most Pelagic Holiday
Biarritz, August 2006
Yes, pelagic*. (Thanks, Carol, for expanding our vocabulary). A gathering of the three families, the Jolys, the Frys and the Coburns at the Joly's chateau in Ahetze, near Biarritz. A reunion of those holidays we used to have together when our children were toddlers all together. Sort of some time ago really. Alfred Joly, Alice Coburn and Sarah Fry were all born within a couple of weeks of each other, back in '91. Now there are nine of the next generation. Perfect for some sun, sand and surf. And some marathon dining sessions.
Oh No, Not the Holiday Snaps!
The Next Generation
(God help us)
Fry, Joly and Coburn Under 16s
How come ice-cream tastes so much better at the seaside?
So Long Ahetze!
[The way we were when we last said goodbye in 1997...]
Still puzzled by that word?
a. pertaining to or found in open sea, or near surface of sea. pelagial, a. pelagian, n. & a. pelagic (animal).
© Hutchinson Encyclopaedia
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