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Travel Blogs from Arzano
... panic and I set off on my bike in a complete flap and didn't even get a photo to commemorate the occasion! Just to increase the chaos, my brand new puncture proof, slime filled tubes (which I had fitted the day before) literally exploded by the time I made it to Waverley Station! I don't know quite how it happened but they had exploded bright green slime before we'd even made it onto the train! Apart from the tyre drama, we made it onto the train and joined lots of ...
... same route. They turned up for lunch at the same place about 40 mins after we arrived by which time the weather had cleared completely and it was also warm again. We meandered back to the hotel, got ourselves ready for dinner and headed out. Our days are so full that there's little time to write this each day. We're off on the bikes by 9am, riding and sightseeing until sometime between five and six pm, dinner at ...
... three courses and wine. Slow poached egg (cooked for an hour at 50 degrees) with caramelised onions. Surprising but very good. Ocean trout for main and cake, blueberries and vanilla cream for dessert. Good thing we're riding so far. Tomorrow is forecast to be raining all day. If that turns out to be true, we may abandon the bikes and visit a few places in the van. If we're riding, we will cover about 48 kms tomorrow - provided the guide doesn't get lost ...
... there were no fishing boats anchored, it was a very quiet bay.We left the bay in the morning at 8 and sailed 5 miles to Lorient, what a busy waterway at this time in the morning we saw tankers, ferries, dark sinister rigid inflatables with what looked like French special troops practising alongside one of the most modern warships in the French navy. We also saw a man kite surfing and lots of yachts coming and going as Lorient has 3 different marinas, we decided to go to St ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.