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... much prettier, in Provence, for example.
A lunch at Marais restaurant provided us with the best beef carpaccio and spaghetti carbonara we have ever tasted (can you guess who ate which of those?)
Two photos of the pretty harbour off the main river. Mussels and Oysters are the thing here.
The last photo is of the unusual staircase in the house we are borrowing- one I have ...
... s wedding.Our return journey will be one we have never done before and we are really looking forward to it, we are catching trains from Rocehfort to Nantes, Nantes to Redon, Redon to Rennes and Rennes to Morlaix. We are staying in a hotel in Morlaix then the next day we are getting a train from Morlaix to Roscoff. We then catch the afternoon ferry to Plymouth arriving in at 10.15pm where Sophie and Chris will meet us.Should be an exciting and enjoyable journey ...
... well as adults doing the same. It's lovely to see everyone enjoying themselves here, it's always been a popular place for tourists as well as the locals. One day we cycled to the Chassiron lighthouse on the North of the Island, we have cycled to here many times, it's a lovey picturesque route, the light can be seen from 52km, it is a cylindrical tower 46 metres high, originally painted white. Greyed by time one can hardly distinguish it from the phare ...
... mix of Spanish and international songs.
They were applauded and financially supported by a huge crowd and one of the musicians had to warn parents to gather their children to allow a skip lorry down the street.
It was a fitting end to my Spanish odyssey and I tried to film a Spanish song om my camera with my shaking sweaty hands it will serve as a great memory of my weeks since I crossed over from Andorra back in May. After sadly, leaving the music behind I had the joy ...
... doesn't work very well on the island - keeps cutting in and out").
Cotiniere was seething with tourists - it's small, so not a lot of room for them. Our place was right on the beach - we tried walking on the sand, but it wasn't at all firm. We did walk around the 'town' a couple of times. Had take away fish and chips, with take away beer and wine, and ate on a bench overlooking the harbour. Fantastic.