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... for next year..
What is it with this area and Hollyhocks? They are flowers which are found absolutely everywhere here, almost every crack in the pavement seems to be sprouting them.
If anyone can advise us, we would like to know!
We are currently back in Spain enjoying the heat for eight nights, before we head off to Greece.
More from there in a week or so!
Bye for now,
Christine and Richard
The drive to Ile De Re from Vannes was pretty uneventful, Jim did the driving and we just made a quick food, toilet and petrol stop and then a quick food stop on the way. When we got to the campsite recommended to us by Si and Lorna they told us they had one pitch available as long as we were gone by Sunday. Perfect. We got set up and checked out the beach on our bikes. All was going well until Kath fell off as we were leaving to go home right onto a rock. ...
... little village where we had lunch - as everywhere we go in this region, for some strange reason, Hollyhocks grow from every tiny crack in the pavement.
Marais Poitevin. The next set of four photos is of the Green Venice of the Marshes. Inland from La Rochelle, this area is full ...
We left Rochfort on April 4th to sail home to Plymouth for the birth of Alice, our beautiful grandaughter, now it's time to take Sega back to her marina berth before travelling home in 2 weeks for the final preparations of the wedding of our youngest daughter Sophie to Chris, another wonderful and exciting event that we are so looking forward to. Our girls certainly keep us on our toes.....but we love every minute. We left St Denis as ...
We decided on the 15th to leave the anchorage at Ile de Ré and sail to one of our favourite places, St Denis on Ile d'Oleron, but as we expected there was not enough wind for both sails to go up so we left the anchorage in plenty of time and put the main up and sailed gently along with the sun shining and a warm wind. Some of our friends from Rochefort were in St Denis marina as well so we were looking forward to meeting up with them. John Falk and his ...