Mercure Les 3 Iles Chatelaillon Plage
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... needed to be done we have had lots of cycle rides to various towns around Rochefort with fantastic views and mostly flat...... a real bonus. As we have no car our bikes are our main form of transport and a great way to keep fit. I have also found that regular cycling has strengthened up my right knee which is a great relief for me.The market in Rochefort is also something we both like to go to especially on Saturdays as it is the biggest market of the week. We went to the fish ...
... motorway where drivers never seem to be in quite as much of a hurry as English drivers on the M6. Perhaps because there are not the hold-ups and delays that seem to beset the UK network And don't even start to compare driving in France with the nightmare of Kenya!! If only . . . . So it's getting warmer and at last I reach the site and am met by the very friendly Dutch owners, Pascal and Anne. ...
... but mainly dodging the waves with surf boards under their arms!) it was time for some lunch and a read. This evening sundowners on the terrace and a good chat with some people speaking English (first I had heard! ) and interesting chat with a girl who works for Comic Relief so quite a lot in common, sort of! She had been to Nairobi. As I have. A gourmet meal of... well it wasn't meant to be 'gourmet' but seemed a good price, but had ...
... Diani. But today grey and bleak with dirty brown rollers and not a surfer in sight. Oh well. First disappointment and it will surely prove to be a pleasant experience as time goes on. Cooked a healthy meal of locally assembled boeuf burger, salad, and not a chip in sight. Just the rest of the day's baguette! And an earlyish ...
... the pontoon, they don't bother slowing up at all. Ivan from the port came to meet us in the River with Christian the motor boat which was lovely and as we entered the port our friend Chris Mee who lives on his barge welcomed us back as well.We moored up in our berth sorted Sega out and Bob joined us for a pork stir fry, cheese and plenty of wine and brandy...... Got to bed about 1ish rather tired but pleased to be ...