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After breakfast left the Ibis Hotel and drove up the coast to Trebeuren a small seaside resort then down the coast passing through lots of little seaside towns with lovely big beaches. Locquirec is a particularly nice small seaside resort. Had the best coffee since leaving home at a little seaside village called Michel Le Greve then continued driving along seaside villages with a large expanse of beach. We turned inland from here driving through lovely green ...
... in another port. Yesterday a French couple we were chatting to offered to take us to a supermarket so we could stock up on fresh food and wine which we did as well as a wonder around the town and bought postcards to send to family. After a relaxing evening we hit the sack to get a good nights sleep from the sail we had today. We woke to sunshine but not a lot of wind so we had to motor sail to Ile ...
... changed course for our next following a course in to avoid all the rocks. We arrived and moored up next to a Sunfizz the same make of the boat we had previous to Sega. Had a lovely chat to the gentleman who was getting the boat ready to leave the next day with his wife and 3 young boys to sail and navigate the Atlantic. Another lovely sailing day for us to ...
... Plymouth, they keep their boat in Roscoff marina. Before we left David had to do a gel coat repair on the side of the hull where French boat hit us because of not concentrating in what they were doing.We caught 2 buses which took 2 hours for only 4 euros each there and back, bargain I must say. The marina was in a lovely situation and had about 650 boats there, the facilities were very modern, clean and great to see. We chilled for ...
... br> Six of us ended up in a superb restaurant called La Verrière , just off the market square. We again had the Menu du jour, but Neil changed his main course for Moules Marinière et Frites! As he had elected to carry the rucksack, who was I to object!
We then went over to The Fortifications, dating from the 13th century. Entered by a short bridge and main gate, it was then possible to scale the battlements and towers. It was very reminiscent of St Malo with its walled town. ...