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... the toilets and the showers and they were definitely the worst so far - no toilet seats or toilet roll! After dinner and beer we decided to check out the massive dune behind the campsite. It was 140 steps up a ladder in the sand and then about the same again with no ladder. It was worth it when we got to the top though. Amazing views and we made plans to go up again to watch the sunset and have a beach BBQ another day.
The next morning was quite cloudy but we had ...
... day basically doing nothing apart from drinking tea and chatting, 35degs ahhhhhhh. Then spent the evening doing exactly the same but with a beer or 2. On the move again tomorrow, gotta do Bordeaux again, gulpppp , oh n if you ignore Ted the dog he nips what ever part of you that's ...
... us down a teeny tiny road, bless him he thought it was a quicker that way! Ok this was supposed to be a 4 hr trip, it's now 3.30pm and were still stuck in Bordeaux at least an hour N half away from our destination. The traffic is horrific worse than the M25 on a Friday rush hour. Our only entertainment was watching 2 dogs in the back of the car in front taking it in turns to bark at 2 ...
... the afternoon on the beach entertained by the paragliders, one of which was doing somersaults and other tricks. There were a lot of nudists on the beach and an elderly couple were hilarious trying to get in for a swim. The water is very cold still and he was acting out diving into the water without fear for his wife but still not quite brave enough to get under. They were completely at ease frolicking in the water in their birthday suits and it ...
... where we're going today.
After the usual group shot we got rolling. It was a warm, humid morning and we all stuck together for the first 20+ km to leave the edge of the city but once we hit the long, straight open road of D5 heading south the selection began. The fast kids went off the front, the slow and steady grupetto stuck together off the back, and the rest of us worked well together in the middle. Since there was no reason to rush--there was a decent chance ...