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Rozel Bay

This is a postcard fishing port all around!
It's lodged in the northwest corner of Jersey island with tiny, compact and utterly colourful structures. 
Rozel Bay while the tide is out leaving back pools full of crabs and other noisy creatures!
smallest hut in the world?
When the tide is out,  yellow, blue and red shacks stand squished between rocks and a sudden drop into the waterless sea bed. 
The Hungry Man's shack provides food to locals and visitors alike and is a meeting point on the edge of the port. We walked away after 10 minutes of queueing but we gave it a second chance, since it was consistently busy when we returned from our walk an hour later. These guys must be up to something, right? 
Another 20 minutes of queueing for a sausage and egg roll and vanilla soft scoop ice cream - they were both ma-hu-ssive!

The "Pour Moi" shabby chic shop is a hole is the wall filled with all of the wonderful mis-matched furnishings, jewellery and glassware you'd need for a perfectly rustic home. 

The owner at Pour Moi, encouraged us to brave the steep steps on the hillside to the Chateau la Chaire.
Take a moment to turn back and admire the view over Rozel's Bay though, it's breath taking.
The Chateau is totally secluded, surrounded by what seems to be ancient, tall trees.
It's a good base for exploring the north-east coast of Jersey. (check availability in Chateau La Chaire)
The entrance to Chateau la Chaire
tall, lush trees meet the sky around Chateau la Chaire
an afternoon delight in the garden of the Chateau
the way up to Chateau la Chaire is tranquil and the view breath-taking!

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