Hotel De Vert Bois
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Martin de re which is another town on the island. When we got there the heavens opened and we spent the next hour trapsing around in the pouring rain trying to be brave. We stopped for a hot chocolate hoping the rain would stop (it didn't) and then made the journey back to the campsite on our bikes. By the time we got back we were soaked so we dried off, put a film on and then made dinner.
Wednesday started sunny so with caution we left the ...
... wraps around a central island accessed by a causeway. This accommodates more ships when needed, and also gives it lots of character.
It is quite simply a perfect little town- pretty, historical and lots of waterfront cafes and back street boutiques. We found it so nice that we returned ...
We left Rochfort on April 4th to sail home to Plymouth for the birth of Alice, our beautiful grandaughter, now it's time to take Sega back to her marina berth before travelling home in 2 weeks for the final preparations of the wedding of our youngest daughter Sophie to Chris, another wonderful and exciting event that we are so looking forward to. Our girls certainly keep us on our toes.....but we love every minute. We left St Denis as ...
... bays close by. In a café, six oysters will cost around E9-12 (NZ$14- $18, but in the market they cost around E6 for a dozen, as long as you open them yourself.
Time to put on a sarong to avoid splashing myself!
Don't forget you can click on photos to get bigger ones or save them- I know that the last photo will go viral..... Bye for now.
We decided on the 15th to leave the anchorage at Ile de Ré and sail to one of our favourite places, St Denis on Ile d'Oleron, but as we expected there was not enough wind for both sails to go up so we left the anchorage in plenty of time and put the main up and sailed gently along with the sun shining and a warm wind. Some of our friends from Rochefort were in St Denis marina as well so we were looking forward to meeting up with them. John Falk and his ...