Hotel Au Bon Accueil
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After a lazy start we slip the bout and gear over to feel up and go onto the quay to explore . A stroll around the town and try to hunt some wifi proved quite difficult hence the delay in posting the blog. Some quaint streets and novel ideas but nothing too lively just a boat graveyard. When we return to the boat the customs boys are nearby again but this time they leave us alone. Dinner a shore for Eric to have his mussels and frites before setting off next morning to ...
... they know our friends Simon and Hilda who live there to and keep their boat also in Newton Ferrers, what a small world. Also, her husband Peter is involved with diving so we gave his details to out future son in law Chris, who wants to go into diving as a career, which he was over the moon about and they are going to meet up when Pete returns home to work. Their yacht was an Island Packet, a very sturdy and spacious boat. After a coffee and a chat we found we new quite ...
... touch it! Longer than thought so Spaghetti bolognese at sea tonight (Sunday) as keep trying to sail and not motor. Just when we thought we were home and dry - looking forward to our chilled drinks we spot a speed boat moving in on us fast with 6 men in black all kitted out with helmets and guns, and not a Black Magic chocolate between them. French customs had sneaked up in a big ship with no lights, launched the rib and were ...
... come down but it has taken 23 hours from St Anthony Head to the Raz so we were pleased. We continued to Audiene to anchor and to rest up for the night surrounded by other yachts either on their way south like us or waiting for the tide for the Raz tomorrow Either way we were happy and looking forward to sleeping in our bed before making a decision in th morning about where to sail to next A very enjoyable ...
... deserted for a time, meaning that it was left unchanged before then becoming a tourist destination. We enjoyed walking around the town's cobblestone streets and visiting some interesting shops that were mostly dedicated to selling local speciality biscuits and foods. Finding an excellent creperie that had been owned by four generations of the same family, we had a really good meal. John, being ...