Le Temps de Vivre
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... surrounded by a protective wall. Our walk along the entire perimeter of the wall provided a great view of the sea and harbour as well as the old town from above. We were lucky to spot the endangered Kentish plovers that breed at the end of Sillon de Talbert -a 3 km long tongue of sand and pebbles that formed on the coast 100000 years ago. Local food specialties, apart from oysters, include mussels, scallops and all kinds of wonderful seafood, excellent cider, galletes (a ...
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I went down to rest and David took the watch through to the early hours he saw the French lights at about 10.30pm so only 12 hours after leaving Falmouth we were sailing well and we were at the top of the Chenal du four a little early so tide was against us slowing us up, but soon we got the tide with us and flew down which was fantastic with the sun rising. David put the French flag up and we knew we had arrived I ...
... a flirt. Jillian had steak with Rochford sauce and chips and I had fillet steak with peppercorn sauce and parsley baked potatoes. It was amazing! The steak was tender and the potatoes were unbelievably delicious. Unfortunately, Jillian's steak was a bit tough, she thought it was her knife until she tried some of my steak. The restaurant was very traditional. The bathroom, however was ultra modern. It was like stepping into the Tardis. Worth a ...
... following the tram line. It was Sunday, so none of the shops were open. We ended up back at the market and bought some bread, tomatoes and avocado of lunch. In the late afternoon, we wandered around and found a little bar to have a drink at. We sat in the sun, enjoying a couple of beers and a delicious cheese platter with Rochford, Camembert and goats ...
Our tour of Normandy was pretty short. We stayed one night in Caen after driving from Bordeux and nearly running out of gas. The next day we drove to Bayeux to see the Bayeux Tapestry and the continured our tour with the "D-day" trail stopping at Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery, Pointe du Hoc, and Saint Mere ...