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... rugged path and the spartan accommodations gave a monastic quality to the Camino experience. The traditional pilgrimage route covers over 700 kilometers and can take over a month. We tackled just one of the earliest hills. Modern day pilgrims find the "Camino" to be a cleansing ritual for self discovery, vision quest or mental cleansing. We planned ahead and ate a heavy lunch late in the afternoon. Being full, we were able to ...
... very young to quite old, they just ooze the culture of Paris. The side walk cafés, where friends and family come together to drink and eat. The parks and gardens, with green grass, park benches and stone fountains, full of young families and lovers, and all the apartment dwelling Parisiens out getting their fresh air for the day. It's certainly an amazing city, and we only had a couple of small dislikes. Craig thought the food didn't compare ...
Today was a travel day to meet up with our Rick Steve's tour group in Bayonne, France. The French high speed rail system (TGV) works like a charm and moves thousands of people in great comfort with every train. We arrived at Bayonne, on the western edge of France after about five hours of "flying". Bayonne is an old river port near the Atlantic Ocean - ...
... so there should be swell, sadly
it’s not arrived yet, but it’s fun. The crowd out the back speak in every
language, and are mellower than back home. There are some good surfers, but
less testosterone and plenty of waves, sadly nothing more than 2 ½ foot. Still
surfing remains the best cure for boredom for a certain teenage boy and the
best way to get him out of bed. Even though the surf is not much, I catch
myself looking for the ...
17/8 moved to the town quay at Ars en Re - beautiful inner harbour
18/8 back to anchorage as starboard starter motor packed up
19/8 sailed under Re bridge to Port des Minimes - La Rochelle - biggest marina in europe 2300 yachts and expanding by another 800
20/8 had starter motor replaced and had a meal ashore in old town
21/8 left when tide allowed and sailed to St Denis en Oleron - very pretty