Campanile La Roche sur Yon
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... By lunchtime we had managed to avoid the heavy downpours but gave up our preferred stop overlooking the sun soaked beach for a garden centre entrance to escape the storm force winds. We had decided to push on towards Sable d'Olonne until torrential rain and winds forced us to shelter in a bus garage to re-group. Amazingly we opted to abort camping, let alone wild camping in favour of chamber d'hôtel. After ...
... flies clinging to the warm stones of the house and enough of them that you could hear a low buzz. Paul had been attacked by flies while working in his garden and when questioned told us he had never seen numbers of flies like this. We do live on a farm, and yes there are generally flies around because of the cows and the manure but that is part of life in the country. I turned to the internet and determined that the flies were trying to hibernate for the winter, they must know that ...
After a quiet night on the campsite we enjoyed hot showers and a quick breakfast before setting off along the sea front - another varied seashore of sandy beaches with surfers and swimmers, sand dunes, rocky islands and busy port of Sable d'Olonne. The highlight was a stop at a restaurant for a 3 course meal, languatines, sea bass and rum baba - yum yum. A couple of days to La Rochelle ...
... down the stairs, it's about 5:30 am and I was praying he would not invite them in, fortunately he told them to go away even though they were bringing us a pot of onion soup to eat. Apparently this is a tradition after parties and in particular weddings where they wake up the newly weds with a hearty onion soup!!!!!
This year was a bit tamer, I was home tucked in bed by 1 and D arrived 3 ish, although he was definitely a little fragile the next day.
A chilly night tested our new sleeping bags. After a chilly breakfast we have enjoyed 46 miles by the sea I through very varied landscape - marshes (marias) with loads of oyster beds and shrimping nets suspended from raised sheds by drainage ditches - then sand dunes - and long seaside beaches to St Hilaire. Eventually found open campsite and now preparing supper. Bon ...