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... from the photos we have visited friends on their boats and had friends on ours. Life in Rochefort is very sociable and busy which is great fun but I must admit sometimes when you can put you feet up of an evening, go for a walk, or a meal, read a book or watch TV this is just as enjoyable.We also like to keep in touch with family by skype or phone, when we are away for long periods of time we think this is very important and to ring friends for a natter is also lovely to catch ...
Ok so it's time to move further south and get to my first 'appointment'. That would be 'tea with David and Alison' at 17, Avenue le Languedoc, Le Redorte on Saturday. Today is Thursday so have found another of my 'quiet sites' at a place near Monclar-de-Quercy which is quite a drive from here. The sat nav insists that 'toll charge' is a good option, saving a couple of hours on the trip around Bordeaux ...
Another day starts and having made the trip south for guaranteed sunshine I was not surprised to wake up to see it shining! Breakfast outside - of course - and then a cycle ride to see what the Atlantic beach had to offer. Well, beach, really, and waves and sand and some people braving the breeze. But this was just a reconnoitre and so plans would be made on the basis of this preliminary view. The site's indoor pool seemed a good option and ...
... Diani. But today grey and bleak with dirty brown rollers and not a surfer in sight. Oh well. First disappointment and it will surely prove to be a pleasant experience as time goes on. Cooked a healthy meal of locally assembled boeuf burger, salad, and not a chip in sight. Just the rest of the day's baguette! And an earlyish ...
... the pontoon, they don't bother slowing up at all. Ivan from the port came to meet us in the River with Christian the motor boat which was lovely and as we entered the port our friend Chris Mee who lives on his barge welcomed us back as well.We moored up in our berth sorted Sega out and Bob joined us for a pork stir fry, cheese and plenty of wine and brandy...... Got to bed about 1ish rather tired but pleased to be ...
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