Les Jardins de l'Ocean
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... we almost missed our bus back to the town) almost felt like flying, or at least walking on the moon. I was in a place I would have never known about, or even dreamed I would be, with three new friends it had only met over a panini the night before. As I sat their in the sand I was grateful that I had just said yes to going, that I had allowed myself to deviate from the plan and experience something completely new. We watched a lovely ...
It was doing to be a hot weekend so we headed out to the coast and checked into a campsite. Electric hook up and unlimited wifi seems like luxury. Arcachon turned out to be an upmarket holiday resort with chic town, massive villas and beautiful beaches. Plenty of cycling and swimming in the ...
... followed by steak, fries & shallots...mmmmm!
A long stroll along the promenade and a sea salt & carmel ice-cream cone, then off to see the largest sand dune in Europe, Dune de Pilat. Holy mackerel, it WAS huge! The dune is growing by 4.5 metres per year, and it's already engulfed a roadway, several trees and ...
So I set off on the early boat to St. Malo, with a potent sadness leaving family and friends, heading onto the continent in my van. The main aims of this journey I'd say are to learn, about historic and modern culture, to relax and feel the outdoors, and to enjoy a sense of adventure and variation.
I had few definite deadlines or destinations before Christmas, apart from the glaringly prominent flight to Ireland for my friends wedding which meant I had to be in ...
... is a creek or indent in the coast there will be boat moorings. As a consequence boat builders are everywhere and they have some impressive equipment. The straddle lifts can go up to 5,000t.
Everywhere you go there is a small backwater being usd for boats.
The Acrochon Basin was an important site during the war as was Cape Feret just the other side to ...