Hotel Restaurant Les Prateaux
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... return crossing. It took almost an hour for us to get back by the last ferry and another hour and a half to get back home in the driving rain.
This week we are preparing for a birthday celebration for my husband, we have invited 32 people to attend and it will be an aperitif dinatoire, where we will be providing an array of appetizers and wine throughout the evening, fortunately we are having it catered.
PS a very scary night. We were all awoken by a howling creature and we were so scared until it went away!! So after a disturbed night we woke to clear skies, very cold air and a clear sky. We got away early -8.45 to take a advantage of the forecast good weather. With 30 miles under our belts by lunch time we had crossed the last of the Marais. We sunbathed by the sea and had a special treat of endive with our bread cheese and tomato. And then back in the saddle ...
A fast day of making the most of the sunny weather. 54 miles has brought us to another rough camping spot just beyond the beach at St Jean. A great view of Sables d'Olonne along the shore line, then Marais, then miles of sandy beaches bathed ...
... of my school for about ten years I am not very accustomed to waiting at a bus stop to board a bus for around thirty minutes before arriving at the school. Most of the bus ride is actually just waiting in traffic. Also the other bus riders and I are actually disappointed at the moment because our beloved bus driver has just had his route changed. It feels nice when I can relate to the other students and forget my unique issues as the exchange student. Once actually arriving at ...
A chilly night tested our new sleeping bags. After a chilly breakfast we have enjoyed 46 miles by the sea I through very varied landscape - marshes (marias) with loads of oyster beds and shrimping nets suspended from raised sheds by drainage ditches - then sand dunes - and long seaside beaches to St Hilaire. Eventually found open campsite and now preparing supper. Bon ...