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... eight french speaking people was a challenge of understanding and patience but two of the guests were pilgrims doing 2 weeks per year hiking the camino and they had a little english to go with Laurie's little french so we got on fine until the politics came out and it got beyond our capacity. Basically they fear being accused of racism for the way they deal with muslims. A thunderstorm sent us to our rooms to finish a bottle of red and cooled the temperature and the ...
... call it 'planing de l'eau?' The lady in the Pattiserie I was temporarily heading for seemed a little unnerved.
I didn't bring 2 bikes all this way not to use them, so today I booked a pitch for the night at L'ocean camping. It's their first day open for the season and there's only one other van here. If there's 2 sharing the shower cubicle tonight I'll be asking some questions. Headed off in a monsoon to ...
But with money and enthusiasm, this beast could again become a beauty.
I must say though, there is one place where fantasy matches reality--l'île de Ré.
This truly wonderful island is just off La Rochelle and is all you'd imagined a French seaside resort should be.
The thing that struck me most was the softness. The colours were soft and muted - no garish English-style primary colours on doors with every house different from ...
... spring when it was still very cold, wet and wintery, spent many hours sanding and painting the lovely old wooden shutters downstairs.
We were then supposed to start on the 1st floor but as the weather was nice and we could see the state of the garden, thought we'd spend our first week working there. No need to say more as it was in the last entry.
However, this is the sort of project that can become endless. Rick decided to check what was on the ...
It's 9 pm and Rick is still outside, hacking away at the blackberry, and soon the sky will darken to pitch black and the stars will come out. What a sight.
And then, at 7 AM on the dot, the wretched bells from the church next door will frighten us out of ours wits and our sleep and it'll be time to glove- and wellie-up to do battle once again with the thorns and vines of Cristallin.