Greetings, In advance of a proposed trip across the Channel I'd like to ask a question. In the UK it is usual (but not universal) that a tap on a campsite will have a thread onto which one can screw a female connector ready for the hose which has a Hozelock type connector on the end. What is "the norm" in France? I have just read a report on a french camping car web site where the correspondent made the following comment re an Aire he had visited, (translated from the French) "Nice area, very clean. Everything is free even electricity. Male / male for water." What did he/she mean by 'Male / male for water" I don't want to arrive at an Aire sans water to discover that I need some sort of adaptor found at the ironmonger 10 kms. away. Any assistance gratefully received.