Domaine De Roiffé
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... in France, and were fortunate to have fine and fairly warm weather for almost the entire trip. Both of us have been impressed, again, by the people, who were always kind and helpful. I try to use a few very basic French words or phrases or point to word in the French-English Phrase book, but there are still occasions I can't work out what a word means or how to express something, but there is often someone speaks some English or ...
... against the neighbouring Protestant town of La Rochelle. Gradually the harbour silted up in the last part of the 17th century, leaving the town stranded and useless as a port. It fell into ruin.
Amazing sight from the walls watching a storm coming in off the Atlantic Ocean very fast so we scamper back to the car and head towards Rochefort on the Atlantic Coast to the south-east of La Rochelle and ...
... palm trees, roses and apparently Charlotte tells us there is a tame crane, but we never see it. The property which is quite extensive was a nursery until Charlottes husband passed away five years ago. There are 2 gites and the main residence. Charlotte is absolutely delightful and so helpful. She gives us impromptu lessons in French.
Kitchen, dining and bedroom with shower and toilet downstairs. The whole of the second level is a huge suite with a ...
... trip, never mind actually packing it and bringing it home! Anyway, the whole thing was great fun.
I went with the Magnificent Seven afterwards for a picnic dinner by the river. One couple had bought grapes, a container of olives and peppers, apples, brie, crackers, Boursin, two baguettes, and wine. It was pretty good stuff and a nice setting. It got dark pretty quickly but it was a warm evening.
Tomorrow's going to be a long bus day. Oy.
... On the way back, we met a couple, Gill and Gerry, who were parked near us on the campsite. Gerry spent a lot of the afternoon popping in and out of our van with questions and chat! What a character! They were with friends but that was not working out so well so they set off the next day without them, perhaps never meeting up again? Who knows! It certainly passed our ...