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... The route took us along the coast weaving in and out out villages, through market gardens, maize fields and farms. The smells of the farms were interspersed with the smell of the fishing boats and mussel and oyster fields. The coast was amazing because the tide was out and there was about 500 metres + until the water. People were walking out carrying fishing lines and someone was wheeling their bicycle. It wasn't dry sand, it was wet clay type of ...
... Ron swam to the breakwater and I made it in to my ankles. It was freezing. Back for a shower then off to La Tempête for Savoury Buckwheat Crepes, homemade Cider and then a beer. Next house made icecreams on a stick (Magnum style). I had white chocolate and raspberry. Ron had chocolate and pistachio. We then walked to the first Fort again over the sand. The tide won't come in until about 1.42am but at a lower level (like a dodge ...
... At our destination there was a pretty beach with lots of people swimming (way too cool for us!) and a huge market which we browsed around before heading off to Fort La Latte which is very much like Mont St Michel but less crowded. All very medieval with people dressed up & putting on little shows. Spectacular views over the ocean from the ramparts. Back home for another salad washed down with a glass of French Malbec. ...
... at Shamrock Bar then dinner of Brochettes and Salad and pastries for dessert. So delicious. After dinner we went onto the wall at the furthest point past the sea swimming pool. We sat there drinking red wine and eating nibbles while the sun set and watched the tide come in and engulf the swimming pool and diving tower. Alex created a stop motion photograph of the incoming tide - every 20 sec for 3 hrs. Off to bed at ...
... after 1:00. Then it took another hour to depart Paris for. St Malo in Brittany. We got to the Beaufort Hotel after 6:00 pm. Our rooms were waiting!After refreshing we walked along the sea wall to l'Antinia for a three course dinner. All very good.Back at the hotel we opened the room windows facing the sea and slept with a sea breeze.
All the best Chuck
PS: Who can fold a napkin like this? See ...