Xavier has caused quite a lot of damage in Germany, but our crossing the next morning is quite calm. Hurray, we are back at the continent. A last look at England’s Chalk Coast and we continue our journey through France. The skipper is glad to be able to drive on the “right” side.
In Le Hourdel we find a nice campsite at a real Normandy beach with low tide and flood.
In contrast to the channel coast on the British side, the pebbles on the beach are gray and not orangy yellow.
At low tide the water flows out quite violently.
In the morning, seals are bathing in the sun beside the bowels.
After two nights we are at the Atlantic Coast in south-west France. Beautiful beach, the sun is shining, but the season is over.