Hotel Le Grand Large
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... Head linings had to come down to get to all the screws, anyway after hard work and patience all 4 handrails were off. Holes in the deck filled and covered to protect them from the winter rain. Over the next number of days we took the sails off and packed them away, waterproofs and wellies aired, halliards and all ropes away, life buoys, dinghy etc etc all stowed until next year, deck and cockpit all cleaned and polished and a few days before leaving Rochefort we took the ...
... arrived early at Le Verdon, the port of call for Bordeaux. Silly us….we thought we could get to Bordeaux on our own…NO SO MUCH! The port is industrial – there’s nothing, I mean NOTHING for miles. Lots of beautiful countryside but other than that. NADA! SO….after a VERY early start and second in line at the Destinations Desk…I learned that the 2 tours we wanted to take were sold out. Hmmmm. In fact there were ...
... And, as ever, 'Doris' was right. She is a great guide and when I'm tempted to ignore her and use other directions on random road signs or my rather general road atlas, I ignore her at my inconvenience! I've used her as a subject for a 'sermon' before and after this trip she will appear again! The toll was not too extortionate and the route was a mix of pleasant French towns and villages and very ...
... very energetic lengths for half an hour before undoing all the good by a coffee and cookies! Then, create a delicious baguette lunch from the fridge and yesterday's baguette, still very edible. Ardennes Pate and salad and mayo and some peaches and water - yes - water! and back on the bike to the beach. After a longish walk there and back again (there isn't a lot you can say about a walk along the beach except there were people doing ...
River Charente to Rochefort final sail for Sega for 2014
We left our mooring and sailed to Soubis hoping to stay the night but there was no spaces so we continued up the river to Rochefort where Sega is lives.... coming home, to our French home of course.It's a super river to sail or motor up you see lots of different birds for example to heron, egrets, kites and skylarks. There also many fishing ...