Logis Le Calluna
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... go it alone! Just been to great site party and BBQ. Everyone very friendly . French guy and wife plied me with local wine. Guy from Guildford has great security stories for MI 5. Another guy with his wife and 2 kids does home maintenance jobs on a bike in Central London. People are friendly to people on their ...
... even the roads not dual carriageway keep having extra lanes and not much traffic! Drove down to a place called Piriac sur Mer. Lovely pitch under a chestnut tree. No rain and warmer than Plymouth! About to open a few tins and a beer then early night. No pics yet but be ...
... at about 10.15 and by 12.30 we had enough wind to put the genoa up and turn the motor off peace at last. I did the log all day gave David a break and I enjoyed doing it.We then sailed all way to Ile d'Yeu but had to wait a while until they told us where to moor. We were settled by 4.40pm, it was packed and we were 4 boats out from the pontoon and another came beside us so we decided to stay for 1 night then move ...
... oranginas, €6) then had a wander back to see how Hank was getting on. Ice cream, brief swim, minor concussion and three double tantrums later we returned, beaten. Cooking seemed unlikely, (again, noticing a pattern already) so poulet/saucisse avec frites all round. Did a bit more sorting out then dashed into St Gilles to locate alcohol. Everything was shut, but did find a bespoke artisan shop who sold wine and a well meaning bloke insisted on explaining to me why ...
... were encouraged to walk around the site and choose our pitch. We decided on one that was in the shade and as the temperature was 27 degrees, we spent most of the afternoon sitting in it. We did walk down to the beach with Maggie and Glen, her dog, but it was too hot to linger and we hurried back. "Mad dogs and Englishmen" sprang to mind! No offence to ...