Auberge de la Bruyere
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... turns and 'turn around when possible' and ignored them! Gladys sulked and Doris kept trying to gently persuade me to get onto the peage over the hill. In the end, on nearing Bordeaux, I admitted I needed them and they got back on task without any sulking or attitude. Great girls. So we're camped about 4 hours from Roscoff. Hopefully tomorrow I'll reschedule my crossing for Saturday and spend tomorrow ...
... of TCP. Another English chap at the bar was about to order food so we got chatting and got on really well. He's from Jersey and although works in some sort of IT at the airport has set up a charity to make use of Jersey government's unwanted computers with disadvantaged kids - in Jersey?!? - anyways I told him about our plans for TCP and Guernsey school's involvement so we had a great chat and I was able to talk about ...
Ok so missed yesterday. Driving so no internet. Lovely drive south. Told sat nav to avoid toll roads so had great route using main and not so main roads into an area south of the Loire en route to Royan. Very friendly site in the countryside with mixture of nationalities. Quite tired so cooked a meal and had an early night. Weather quite warm but not very sunny with the clear blue skies I had sort of expected. It's great to have daylight so late even end of ...
Laura, Iain and Sophia's last night before the ferry home and Steve arrived, looking tired until a few red wines were sunk..! We visited Parthenay where the young family went swimming and I later heard all about the pitfalls of a young child and that swimming pools, swimming costumes and baby sick don't mix... Thanks Laura!!! Parthenay was an old town worth a visit and we were lucky as a local craft fair was in full swing as we walked through the old part of ...
... Our limited French was really tested but we made it through unscathed and even bought "timbres" for our postcards that we posted. For lunch Macca had Crepe natural ou Sucre (plain crepe with sugar), Sammy a beef burger, and Cam, a Bretton. This was an extremely light and well cooked crepe filled with potatoes, pork, almonds and prunes. Karen for the second time forewent lunch and went straight to Creme Brulle. Once again ...