Do’s & Don’ts.
Do talk to the locals to explore better.
Do take a pocket English to French guide, locals here tend to not know English very well, but if you tried they would too.
Do make sure you get insurance for your rented vehicle, locals seem to not care much and drive however.
Do make sure to book rooms ahead of time.
Do make sure you have local currency (Euro - €) in your bag, due to lack of ATM’s in rural areas. Including some chambres d’hôte accept only cash.
Don’t stare at women, they’re just getting a healthy tan and not trying to amuse you, respect.
Don’t forget to smile and greet your waiter at restaurants, they aren’t your servants, they’re your friends.
Don’t click pictures without asking for permission, especially on the ferry.
Don’t assume your waterproof phone to handle the serene blue water of France, carry a dry bag.
Don’t ever throw away your transport ticket until you step out of the station, sometimes they check during the journey, sometimes after and sometimes never.
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