Accor Thalassa Oleron
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... back home in New Zealand?)
If you like them (and one of us does) the oysters of course, brought in the shell for around €5 or €6 for ten (NZ$8) I image every house like this one has a few special oyster opening knives.
Christine loves her raw food, so beef or tuna or salmon carpaccio has to be on the list.
For me, jambonneau- roasted pork knuckles with both crackling and beautiful meat falling ...
... of dips. We ate lunch at the beach and around 3 headed back via the beach shop for some supplies. We had a quick Shower and headed down to the bar for some WiFi and drinks. Going to head back shortly to make some chicken pasta with some wine.
Ile de Re has been great, cycle tracks everywhere and not used the car once. On the road tomorrow heading to Biscarosse. Should only be a few hours drive.
Will update soon...
Hope all i well.. Jim and kath ...
Ile de Re is a very pretty but flat island close to La Rochelle, and reached by a bridge. This is one of several islands where a lot of the local oysters and mussels are grown in its very tidal harbours and bay.
Everywhere there are massive defences to protect La Rochelle from the ...
... always enjoyed going in and would invariably come out of the shop with a toy using their pocket money. We bought Alice a lovely wooden toy from the same shop. We are sure she will have great fun with it when she is a little older.Before we left we went into Rochefort to have a pizza with David H, as Jeanette had returned to Scotland, we went to Bob and Freddies for an Oyster and Fish meal to celebrate my birthday and David H on the last eve came to ...
... were on his Beneteau Oceanis 37 called Temptation and Bob and Freddie Tuffnell were on their Macwester 27 called Dauphin Blanc. We had a lovely few days with them all, we enjoyed drinks on Sega as well as eating out at one of the local restaurants enjoying mussels and chips, as you do in France....John and Keith left on the Friday to sail to La Rochelle to meet more crew before sailing up towards Vannes in the Morbihan. Bob and Freddie also left on ...