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... of rain, loud rumbles of thunder and bright flashes of lightening. Pretty scary when you are in a tent but once again it stood up to the elements and was still standing the next morning.
The following morning was a bit wet and overcast but we decided to head to Biscarosse beach and have a wander around the market stalls which was nice. We had a pasty and an ice cream on the beach and then headed back to the tent. As the day went on it was a lot clearer and warmer so ...
We left Emilion, a quiet and peaceful place and travelled into Bordeaux, noisy busy and hundreds of cars on the roads into the city. A massive contrast. I didn't personally enjoy Bordeaux but more because my head hurt and also we had parked our Beast in a pretty shady district and pedalled into the city. There were call girls on each corner and rubbish everywhere and while we were walking around Bordeaux I was conscious of a small niggle of ...
... where we're going today.
After the usual group shot we got rolling. It was a warm, humid morning and we all stuck together for the first 20+ km to leave the edge of the city but once we hit the long, straight open road of D5 heading south the selection began. The fast kids went off the front, the slow and steady gruppetto stuck together off the back, and the rest of us worked well together in the middle. Since there was no reason to rush--there was a decent chance ...
... their hotel has a bar!
We are just back from a very pleasant dinner, the results of which are in these photos. Hard to believe that one can have a three-course meal, a half litre of nice wine and a coffee for about $25. Caroline managed to stuff 10 of us in the van for the return journey. We are off tomorrow at 8am for what is forecast to be a rainy ...
It doesn't matter if the title of today's entry makes you think of Canned Heat or Kenny Rogers, the idea is still the same - today was time to put the rubber to the road and see what our band of cyclists was made of. After the requisite group photo we took off, initially keeping together until the friskier broke away from the peloton and set off across the countryside at high speed. The terrain was flat as ...