Day Thirteen • Beauvoir sur Mer – Tours

We woke up half surprised half relieved that nobody bothered us during the night in an abandoned warehouse we had found shelter in Beauvoir. The closest train station was still 16 km far, Manuel bravely drove this distance on his almost undriveable bike and we arrived in Challans where the bicycle trip ended. We took tickets to Tours and had to take two different trains to get there. Unfortunately the first train experienced technical issues and we got blocked in the train station of Nantes for five hours. The train company offered us what they called lunch boxes but I would be ashamed to call those food.

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Eventually we got to Tours and found the bar where we were to meet a friend that could host us.

That’s all folks!

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