Kyriad Les Sables D'Olonne Plage
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Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
... square and a place called the Auberge, we get a table outside and they are a bit sniffy with us to start with, but then once we order a bottle of champagne we are in their. It's not a brilliant meal, not hugely tasty, but the highlight of the night was two fold, firstly, Daniel telling us that his blood was going cold as he was so hungry me then second was Richard ordering sheeps liver and balls for his dinner, ...
... to follow as well. After lunch the Mitton head back and U.S. Marshall's go for a wander into the old part of the town, we don't buy anything, but just have a look about. Back to camp, for final night of tennis, dinner at the main house, clearing up all that we have left, then to bed slightly earlier than normal as wended to get packed up ...
... shallows looking for something. The banks is muddy, but the river shallow, soft underfoot and the river is dry warm. We spend nearly an hour looking for crabs and catch a few of them, one ins me drawing blood, good job their are no crocs are saltines in France, the people that are bent double wading in the river are looking for razorclams, whateople seem to do is put some food or something in the river bottom over their blowhole, then they pop up for a breath and then you grab ...
... tiny back roads wending throughout. We stopped in the town of Arcais to watch the canal boats, manned by 'polers' rather like the Venetian gondoliers!
We then skirted around the city of La Rochelle on the Atlantic coast and took the massive toll-bridge to Ile de Re, famed for its sandy beaches and water sports. The bridge was a work of art, ...