Le Manoir de l'Acherie
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... br> So much so, every now and again, you'll be thrown a C road (like yesterday) to connect between two D roads and which means Communale - repaired at local expense by the commune. It also means ****. These are single track roads connecting small villages used by ******-up farm workers. Get the picture?
With this in mind me and Will are on one such road barrelling along, not seeing a soul for a good 20 ...
... on the right one and it's tough luck if we made a bad choice. After treating ourselves to some lunch we set off for the CC shops. We needed a new regulator for the solar panel as the charge doesn't seem to be getting through to the batteries. We managed to find one so off we went again. We were going to spend the night at Fougères. Fougères was full but we parked ourselves at ...
... hereabouts. Tonight, we can see the Mont lit up with the town lights and it's floodlights although Mike says we are not seeing it's best side from here. The only downside is that we are on a sideways slope and being on the public road we're not supposed to use our ramps. The French guy in front (there are only the two vans here) craftily waited until there was only the two of us before putting his on ramps. Trust a Frenchman to buck the ...
... get water at the aire by using a bank card instead of a jeton (token), which we've never got. 2€ for 10 minutes water supply but it more than filled our tank. We managed to get back to the market before the bag man went and found a bag that would do the job for the time being. Back at the aire Mike tried to find what was preventing our solar panel from charging ...
... night of kettle and bucket wash.( I bet you're glad this is not " smellivision" ).
We rode the bikes to Mont st Michel. It is a UNESCO heritage listed small island joined to the mainland by a causeway. It has every available space covered with old buildings and churches. Its main claim to fame is the gothic-style Benedictine abbey dedicated to the archangel St Michael built in the 11th century. ...