Le Relais de Saint Preuil
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... and back onto the bikes and home.
Big food night with Roger & Sandy as out came the Reclette. A bit like a fondue set, cheese underneath to melt which you smear on the potatoes, saucisse, bacon, you name it and some prawns. great night with some farewell Champagne. Up early today as we have a 700k drive across France. ...
We had a wonderful last night with Sandy & Roger and they spoilt us with a Raclette, where you pick what you would like and cook it yourself - great fun, and washed down with real French Champers, thank goodness we keep clicking up the km's on the bikes otherwise I would be as fat as a house by ...
... went to stay with them in Plymouth UK. We all had such a hilarious night. I helped Roger pull down an old ceiling and roof light that is over 100yrs old, lath & plaster mouldy and smelly, what a mess as I had to smash it to bits. It was on the 3rd floor.
Today Jacqui Williamson and I had a mission to get in a big ride as we head towards the 1000km mark. The Charente Region is fantastic for riding and there ...
... us to Mansle where we had a wonderful lunch in a beautiful garden setting. We then carried on through St Groux, Bayers, Aunac, Mountonneau, Mouton and Licheres where there was a 12th century church that caught my eye. The Sunflowers are all bowing their heads and turning black but its still a sight to be seen - paddocks & paddocks of them everywhere you look. We had to have a beer stop on the way back - well ...
... seem to sell just add water pasta? From there I made my way to my next fuel stop, Rochefort, through acres and acres of Sunflower farms, and this was the last major town before my scouted campsite. I GPS'd in a "Total" petrol station, which is a very large brand in France, but when I arrived it was all taped off and there seemed to be renovations happening. The app "Via Michelin" has more detailed petrol station information, so I used that to navigate to an alternative - but ...