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Echillais

Echillais

Port des Salines, Île d'Oléron, Charente Maritime, France FW

Port des Salines, Île d'Oléron, Charente Maritime, France FW

Bridge to Il de Re, Charente Maritime Poitou, Charente, France

Bridge to Il de Re, Charente Maritime Poitou, Charente, France

La Rochelle, France. Had so much fun here wth Andy, Timothy and the Olivers. Loved watching the street performers- particularly the dancing dogs! Also amazing pina coladas!

La Rochelle, France. Had so much fun here wth Andy, Timothy and the Olivers. Loved watching the street performers- particularly the dancing dogs! Also amazing pina coladas!

Île d'Oléron - an island off the Atlantic coast of France, on the southern side of the Pertuis d'Antioche strait. It is the second largest French island after Corsica.

Île d'Oléron - an island off the Atlantic coast of France, on the southern side of the Pertuis d'Antioche strait. It is the second largest French island after Corsica.

Saint-Martin-de-Ré, Île de Ré, www.visit-poitou-charentes.com/en/La-Rochelle-Ile-de-Re/Ile-de-Re

Saint-Martin-de-Ré, Île de Ré, www.visit-poitou-charentes.com/en/La-Rochelle-Ile-de-Re/Ile-de-Re

Oyster boat, River Seudre, Le Tregarde, Charente Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France, Europe

Oyster boat, River Seudre, Le Tregarde, Charente Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France, Europe

Château de la Roche Courbon is a large château, developed from an earlier castle, in the Charente-Maritime département of France. It is in the commune of Saint-Porchaire between Saintes and Rochefort.

Château de la Roche Courbon is a large château, developed from an earlier castle, in the Charente-Maritime département of France. It is in the commune of Saint-Porchaire between Saintes and Rochefort.

Ile d' oleron France

Ile d' oleron France

Plage de l'Espérance, #Fouras Here is a "carrelet" - a fishermen's hut - with its nets up. When the tide comes in, there will be fish...

Plage de l'Espérance, #Fouras Here is a "carrelet" - a fishermen's hut - with its nets up. When the tide comes in, there will be fish...

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