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Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
... of craft/photography type shops. We went into one which had a great photo display as well as some handmade jewellery and pieces of art. It was lovely ware and the man in the store carefully explained in French and our Frenglish, the process of making the items. Brad was especially taken with one piece, which was light and could fit into our luggage. Spying what he thought was the price on the back, he thought it was good value so decided to buy this 10cm ...
... to the hotel, are introduced to our bikes and helmets, have a try on for size and then head indoors to get ready for dinner. We meet the group for pre dinner drinks and a bit of a chat about the week and, in particular, tomorrow's ride and then we dine together in the hotel restaurant. Dinner is lovely and our package includes wines which Graeme chooses. He does pretty well too. After a very full dinner, we're off to bed to sleep before our first day of ...
... almost obsolete by the time it was finished. So there you go. We then sailed to Ile d'Aix which is a popular spot for day trippers. We stayed on the boat, some got off to spend the early evening there and some who had been there for the afternoon caught the boat back to La Rochelle. Looks like a lovely spot to spend a few hours. Once back, Rob and I did a spot of shopping and then we all met up again for pre dinner drinks and dinner.we ...
... days - once it has stopped raining - to cut back and trim etc, to gain access easily. Even the Mercedes started first time having sat around for many days unloved.
To those who may be interested; the trips statistics were:
Away for 63 days
156 hours and 21 minutes spent driving and navigating!!
Average speed was 65 KmH
Average fuel consumption was 9.7 Km per litre
We crossed on 9 ferries