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Travel Blogs from St. Caradec
... our new directions we set off with fresh hope in our hearts:
It didn't stay there long though. For some reason we decided to veer away from his route and back onto the GPS one because it looked quieter. It was because it was another dirt path. After a long detour and a brief, accidental and terrifying stint on a motorway, we found ourselves vaguely back on track. It was now 10pm, we were 50km from our destination and we'd been cycling for 6 hours. It did ...
Decided to stay in the end. We did, however, manage a ride into the village. So stats are average sped was 15kmh, time spent cycling was 30 mins and distance covered was 7km.
Thunder storms this afternoon, pretty set in. Glad we didn't choose to ...
Today's modest stats - average speed was 15.3kmh, time spent cycling was 2 hours and 19 minutes and distance covered was 36km.
We intended to have a rest day today but last nights campsite wasn't up to scratch! It didn't sell beer. We googled one which wasn't that far away and moved here today. Took far longer than planned as we couldn't find the damn ...
The cottage is a stroll down the hill to the lake-Lac de Guerladan.
Beautiful forest surrounds the lake, perfect for evening strolls.
... we developed a taste for Breton crepes with Nutella, as well as savoury crepes called Galettes, and cider.
The weather was kind to us, and most days were fair, even if sometimes dull and cloudy. But In the last two days it has rained heavily, everything looks grey and gloomy, and we are pleased that the time has come for us to continue south.
Castles, cairns, and Celtic crepes – cool :)