Residence Horizon Morgat
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Saturday's weather promised to be warmer and have surf on the northwest coast at Pointe de la Torche about an hours drive, near Quimper. So we rounded up a huge collection of wetsuits and headed off. There were modest waves and a stiff offshore wind, but we managed to find a nice sheltered spot for the non-surfers to sit and read. The boys managed some good runs, ...
... tourists during the summer, being renowned for its shopping (lots of high priced cute little boutiques and gift shops peppered throughout the town) and one of Brittany's oldest religious festivals in July which is evidently not to be missed. But it's 6pm on a September evening and they've all gone back to Paris and left this cute little place to a mere handful of us. The downside, however, is that not all the establishments are open for business ...
... the French Court.
Along the D10 main coastal highway we encountered another farmers' protest. Luckily it was on the other side of the motorway, so I took photos as we drove by the tractors choking the eastbound lanes of the D10.
We only drove about 65kms today, deciding to make the most of the lovely weather and stop at a beach campground. We chose a campground near Plouguerneau and pitched camp.
I went for a walk along the beach...a ...
On the rolling sea today. The storm worsened during the morning so the Captain took us even further west into deeper ocean and away from land. The narrow continental shelf that runs along the French coast causes high waves when there is a westerly wind pushing the sea into the coast. By lunch time we were heading south but now 100 sea miles instead of the planned 60 away from the coast. Too far to make it back to Nantes. The Captain will try to get us to Bordeaux. The waves were 9 ...
We were up bright and early at 7am, we slept quite well to say it was the day of departure, usually were awake all night worrying we must be getting used to it - the worrying that is ! A quick bowl of porridge to settle 'boat belly' a last few checks and we were off - we were going to cross the Bay of Biscay. Over the Centuries the Bay has seen the demise of many a sailor, thousands of them dying in the treacherous Bay between France and Spain, ...