La Ferme Saint-Vennec
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
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... roads were ****** disused farm roads.
Back down the road, probably only used to convey human sacrifices. It was just as lethal going back and all the time I could hear these voices "Squeal like a pig, squeal piggy,piggy,piggy", expecting to get an arrow in my neck at any moment. Will on the other hand though it was a great road.
We got back on the route but had lost an hour and it was still ...
... crepes and homemade nectarine jam.
Off to Nantes, the sun was shining, perfect biking weather.
I'd done a scenic satnav route to take us by the coast and keep us off the dual carriageway. This meant going through a number of port towns Lorient, Auray and Vannes. The crossings over ...
We decided last night that we would have another day with the Quentels. So after a fitful night's sleep and a morning's heavy blogging, Annie came and picked us up at 1pm.
When we arrived at their house Will wanted to see the river at the bottom of the garden. 'No problem, why not?' says I. I haven't been down to the bottom of their garden for 30 odd years and admittedly the ...
... n Will neck a few glasses of that. We learn that South Africa have beaten Wales and New Zealand have just hammered France and me n Will are half-hammered and the world is good.
We tip out at midnight. Annie takes the drunken foreigners back to the hotel and she gets breathalysed on the way. Fortunately she hasn't touched a drop but she says it's the first time she's ever been bagged. Good job I wasn't driving. Can you get Wi-Fi in a police cell?
Satnav cockups: ...
... apologising for the "unusual motion of the ship for the last few hours". I just thought this was rough seas, but apparently the ship "may have" picked up some stray fishing nets which "may be" fouling one of the propellers. The engineers had been experimenting with changing the revs of the propeller to try to dislodge the "possible" fishing net. He said things like "nothing to worry about", "nothing to even concern you", "everything is fine and ...