Appart'hôtel Odalys Archipel
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... After our museum visit we had lunch and visited a beautiful church. Next we found a boat museum that was open, where we saw many small boat models, which seems to be a reoccuing thing in Poitou-Charentes- it's very rich in boat histoy!
As it was quite a chilly day we also spent a good wee while in a café drinking hot chocolate and defrosting before we decided to take an early train back as we had miscalculated a bit that Rochefort on a Sunday doesn't need ...
... to make the food, it is my favourite part of organising little gatherings and I have many ideas so yaaaaay. I have invited all my French and other friends and it should be a good time!
I will do another blog post next month-it's been hard to find the motivation with so much going on at the moment-but in other good news the French seems to be getting a tad better in the sense that I can hold conversations for the majority of the time without having ...
Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
The bikes are out for their inaugural trip to the market for fruit veg bread and wine we arrived at lunch time it's a lovely place will take some pics we are on the Atlantic coast. Sorry forgot the pics now it's gone dark so you can look at all the fruit we bought at the market and Suz making corned beef hash for tea. We are watching hunger games. Staying here a couple of nights we need to stand still for a while been on the move since ...
... people talk incredibly fast! I've found that it's very challenging, because as soon as they hear you have an accent they often switch to English, so my new plan is trying to tell them to continue in French but at a slower pace.
Another random but interesting difference is that cars DO NOT stop at zebra crossings, or at least it's very rare, so you end up having to wait a long time! But the rule is if you are physically on ...