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... life! After a walk around we headed for the French border. The sat nav took us on the coast road which was a bit like the Bilgola bends only it went for miles and miles. Fortunately we made it in one piece and are staying very close to the beach on the outskirts of St Jean de Luz. Went for a walk around the coast today but David is back now watching the rugby, South Africa and the All Blacks. Today (Sunday, but no idea of the date) we were up and at it a ...
... the night watch while I went to get some sleep - this sounds very unfair, I know, but he was convinced he wouldn't be able to sleep while I've always had a strange talent for sleeping at sea, so it made sense for at least one of us to be rested if possible. Besides, sailing in the dead of night kind of freaks me out. I headed back out into the cockpit again around 5.30am as the sun was coming up to find we covered over half the distance - quite a bit over half the distance - and ...
... I was able to use their free wifi to find a camp a couple of Kms down the road.
Actually, we didn't get the one I was aiming at because we tripped over another, much closer, and right on the ...
... in search of the 'one' big wave, needless to say he was still waiting when we left. We both found the power of the sea here awesome and watching these amazing rollers break completely mesmerising. We left the little outcrop, crossed the road to the chapel imperial which was very ornate. This was followed by the local museum which gave a flavour of the local history this included a memorial window to a Cardiff rugby player who brought rugby to south west France and who ...
... about an
appartement en route. There are no taxis from where the bus drops us, but
fortunately she comes to get us in her car. At Euro 350 the appartement is basic,
clean and in a convenient part of town. We get bikes boards and wetsuits and
we’re sorted. Archie and I wobble the 3 km to the beach boards under our arms, on
our bikes. The French, fortunately, are tolerant of cyclists. Hossegor is the
venue for the Quiksilver Pro. Event in ...