Chateau du Pelave
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... castle from the 13th century which rises out of the granite cliffs, an imposing structure hewn out of the rocks built as a refuge for the islanders against the attacks of the British who apparently attacked regularly throughout the history of the island.
On Sunday the skies were grey and the wind was whipping the waves into a froth, but we battled the elements to watch the fisherman trying to ...
... afternoon. All went well until a loud crack on P&Ps tandem signalled a broken spoke and buckled wheel. Fortunately we were near Pornic which has a Decathlon. After their bike mechanic took off gears, replaced spoke, tried the wheel we were underway again. We have camped on the outskirts of Pornic and done 45 miles - not all in the right direction!! PS. Frances was practising her salsa whilst others were in Decathlon - rock on Frances. Roll on domain. Bon ...
... A lunch stop saw us watching a group play "club" a bit like skittles but with blocks of wood ( Jo you know!). Scooting along the coast we saw mile after mile of beach bathed in sun. Supper calls, wine is still going - it's a hard life. Bon ...
... the sights are simply unbelievable. It is an amazing feeling to visit a place that you have only seen on postcards and the television. It is hard to believe that right now I am only one month into this amazing adventure. I am very excited to see the places that I will visit and the people that I will meet and get to know over the next ten months. I believe that everything that is happening now an that led up to this was all part of God's plan before I even thought of it. - Ben ...
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 ...