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... we were ready to catch the bus to return to St Malo. So much quick reading to do to fill the gaps. We had earlier been conned into buying tickets for a series of 4 museums in the town; not good value as all info was in French whereas the info office was multilingual and free.
Anyway, back to St Malo where our most important decision will be what is for dinner, crepes or crepes. THE. big culinary delight here, crepes and gallettes, crepes being sweet and ...
... ways a satnav can take you so I re-jigged it for 'shortest route'.
For once Garmin did itself proud, the roads were dry now it although it was cloudy, and we had some brilliant biking roads.
The only down side to picking 'shortest' is Garmin route planners will take you through some f**ker's front room if they could get away with it. So there was the occasional farm track and log pile but overall ...
... head in gear, we've got to be off the boat in 15 minutes."
Last thing we wanted was to be last off the boat and get turned over by French customs.
Two of the world's quickest showers later we're down on Deck 6, we're not last, thank f**k.
We pick a pretty French customs girl, Wilbur flashes a smile, passports shown and we're away.
It was grey and miserable, they'd obviously had some overnight rain and the roads were wet but strangely enough it was still quite ...
... hereabouts. Tonight, we can see the Mont lit up with the town lights and it's floodlights although Mike says we are not seeing it's best side from here. The only downside is that we are on a sideways slope and being on the public road we're not supposed to use our ramps. The French guy in front (there are only the two vans here) craftily waited until there was only the two of us before putting his on ramps. Trust a Frenchman to buck the ...
... realizing that the rocks were only getting bigger and bigger, leading up to a summit of HUGE rocks that would have to be crossed, we decided to abandon the short cut and go back the long way from which we had come. This did not take very long as we were quite motivated by the rising tide behind us. We reached the beach just as the tide started to creep up on the sand. The rock formation that we were on actually becomes an island at high tide thanks to a little ...