Residence de la Plage
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... bass, they had their poles planted in the sand and the lines extending to the choppy waves, but it was just too windy to capture the elusive "bar"
Our hosts house is situated a five minute walk to the craggy granite cliffs that fall into the Atlantic and we walked several kilometers in strong buffeting along the cliffs edge to reach La Meule, a small port boasting a colourful array of cabane au peche, ...
... afternoon. All went well until a loud crack on P&Ps tandem signalled a broken spoke and buckled wheel. Fortunately we were near Pornic which has a Decathlon. After their bike mechanic took off gears, replaced spoke, tried the wheel we were underway again. We have camped on the outskirts of Pornic and done 45 miles - not all in the right direction!! PS. Frances was practising her salsa whilst others were in Decathlon - rock on Frances. Roll on domain. Bon ...
A fast day of making the most of the sunny weather. 54 miles has brought us to another rough camping spot just beyond the beach at St Jean. A great view of Sables d'Olonne along the shore line, then Marais, then miles of sandy beaches bathed ...
Quite an eventful day. We woke to pouring rain (actually it had been pouring most of the night). Eventually we decided to get dressed as the rain eased, packed up except for breakfast things. More rain prevented us eating outside so we were back in tents to eat. By 9.30 we had packed wet tents and sodden flysheets and were away. Gradually the sky improved and we were in sun. Up ahead we saw black skies ahead pouring ...
... here is absurd. So my first responsibility of the day is to open my (real) shutters on my window. Then it is downstairs to have breakfast. In French the word for "breakfast" is "petit déjeuner" which is no lie. The serving size for breakfast is much smaller than in America. However the quality is amazing. Sometimes it is a fresh piece of baguette right from the bakery. After that it is time to go to school. This is very different for me. Since I lived right across the ...