Le Grand Air Hotel-Restaurant
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... The GPS seemed to struggle around this area - mine crashed and could only be recovered by popping the batteries out and Steve B's, which Clive was carrying, was also struggling. I think it must have been a mapping issue. At some point in the day I noticed a significant dog leg in the route and thought we should be able to short cut. The sign said the short cut was a dead end except for bikes so I thought it would be OK. Unfortunately ...
... the sea for more than a month, we
headed straight for the beach. The beach lies at the bottom of tall chalk
cliffs that lead down onto a pebble beach. The tide was out and the open sand
between the pebbles and the sea was at least 300 meters wide. The tidal flow in
the area is quite large with a spring tide difference of more than 9 meters
between high and low tides.
... from her breakfasts. So we used our 3€ service fee very efficiently.
Fort Mahan Plage is very much a seaside town and it was the last week of the school holidays so there were people galore. The tide was well out so the beach was huge and the water very flat. Even though it was a little cool and windy there were lots of people on the beach. Lots of blowkartes and kite surfers. We walked down the beach ...
... Muffin was introduced to us over breakfast one morning in the dining room. It was morning and it was a meal and there are limited choices but the poor woman was having a devilish time coming up,with her order. Finally eggs, bacon etc AND a blueberry muffin. The Stewart came by with the croissants and muffins and she said no, three times. Finally the waiter can by and asked if she had changed her mind having sent her muffin away. No, it seems she didn't know they were for her. ...
Last night was the Captain's Farewell Cocktail Party so on with the glad rags as you can see from the photos. It was enjoyable particularly as the drinks were free! The Captain gave a typically humorous speech saying the next cruise after us was round the British Isles, the ship will be full, five of the stops will involve anchoring and tendering people ashore and the average age of the passengers will be 82! As we were leaving the party to go for ...