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... in like sardines! We didn’t have a plan B as there were no campsites open at all at this time of year so all we could do was the same as everyone else, secure a space!
To be on the safe side we put a ticket on the car and hoping for the best, walked into La Rochelle in the pouring rain. La Rochelle is a beautiful old town with a lovely old harbour and full of very expensive boutiques but unfortunately the weather was ...
... girl said
that Americans think that the French are rude, always smoke and buy
baguettes and I said “well….” But I stopped there as Flo said,
“attention Che Che” (pronounced more like shuh shuh, but this is
how he spells it). And yes, Che Che is my new nickname. Which is fine
by me, I rather like nicknames (and rather dislike the way my name is
pronounced here, but you get used to it).
Regardless of what some stereotypes
Because of the way the French school
system works, I only have to work 3 more days until I can have 2
weeks off to go travel! The French stay at school way too long during
the day for about a month and a half, but then they get 2 weeks of
holidays. They continue to do this until their school year is
finished in July. So they started school in September, they get 2
weeks of holidays Oct 17-Nov 3, they go to school for another month
and a half and then get 2 ...
A real seaside day. Morning mists as we rose after our wet previous evening to breakfast standing up before setting off along the coast. Morning coffee at Chatelaillon-Plage with local dancing in regional costume to accordions, hurdy gerdys, flutes; then on towards La Rochelle with lunch overlooking the sea as ...
As we got up at 7.30 we just about got away without torches. As light came we had packed up the trailer and panniers and we're sat at our picnic table for tea, muesli and toast with Vegemite and Sarah's home made apricot jam. Then we were off north bound to the ferry crossing to Royan - a rolling, pitching crossing, a bit chillier than our southbound crossing two weeks ago. After 60 some miles (we can't be more accurate as the mileometer stop working after lunches for a few miles) we ...