Les Charrieres Country Hotel
Travel Blogs from St. Peter
... still can NOT arrange that order to you since the your new
For yacht Five Tarts.
PO Box 631
... cut off from German supply lines, the islanders were on the verge of starvation until the Red Cross ship, the Vega was allowed to land there.
Our next stop was the Underground Hospital. This was a huge underground complex built by the Germans using slave labor (mostly eastern Europeans). Although a few casualties from Normandy were brought there, they quickly found that the damp, dark underground was ...
... evening was calm, besides the odd roll from the wake of passing fishing boats.
The next day we proceeded to Omonville La Rogue which is west of Cherbourg. To get there we went through the race / overfalls at around 7-8 knots which cut down the time spend on the way. We were hoping to anchor in the bay but the designated area had been taken up by buoys - so we took one of the visitor buoys for the night.
It wasn't ...
Levelling and assessments done - tick
Maternity leave finished - tick
packing done - tick
Freezer filled for Greg and Daniella - tick
Still to do:
Drawings to colour
Planning application to be taken to planning
Blue Island flight to run on time, with no problems
Air Austral flight to run on time, with no problems
... hazy blue. We had no wind whatsoever and were forced to motor all the way along the north coast, but the scenery was pretty and I swear I saw two separate dolphins/porpoises. Whatever they were, they looped out of the water with the distinctive curve anyone would recognise, disappearing before I could prove to Mister Kitty I wasn't imagining things.
The Cap de la Hague, the north west corner we had to round to get to the Channel Islands, was ...