Hotel Le France
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... far from San sebastion. I met a gorgeous young woman named Megan, (fellow ambo)who did yoga with us of an afternoon and we learnt skilled art of hair wrapping. (I think I have found my calling) The surf camp was super relaxed and encompassed a bottomless pit of sangria. From there we ventured to Bilbao for a music festival. I was separated from the girls for a night, so trying to find them in the 30000 crowd with no wifi and no reception in ridiculous heat sounds ...
... of the few hardier birds that dont fly south for the winter. Its a special place this Saone. Oh, Did I mention we are now on the Saone river? After Lyone it becomes the Saone in the Rhone Alps region. Having updated the ipad to OS6 we lost all our charts. This means we were just following the river all day. We didnt have much information as it is as we cant buy a chart book. But at least we had the heights of bridges and lock VHF radio contact details. without that we just had to ...
... Dinner booked in the restaurant at the site - ended up a disaster as it was just us and 15 members of eurocamp/keycamp staff on a jolly. A number of the 'jolly' keycamp staff had difficulty in acquiring the skills needed to have dinner in a restaurant and the food was awful. We left just after the dried up main course was served. Many apologies from the catering manager on duty but twas too little/too late. Back to Sonia for a large ...
19 April 2012
It was a rainy day. And today we were traversing a part of France where we have been twice before. So we decided we would travel a bit further than we usually do, and make our way towards Limoges in the Limousin area.
The country was farming country - ...
... This was another ancient French town seemingly caught in a time warp. Perched high up on a hill was a very old church, which Tommy went to investigate while Jeff and I checked out a sculpture exhibition and a sculptor at work. We met up again and headed out of town where our first climb of the day started up the Col de Mente. This Col is just over 1300m high and climbs for 9kms. The gradient was moderate for most of the climb but at times did get up to 9%. We reached the ...