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Travel Blogs from Brest
... in this temp. This means that, because we're men and won't be outdone by the frenchies, I'm wearing a wetsuit on Monday - hope I don't catch a cold afterwards cos that would be annoying. So, I'll keep you updated as to our progress, in the meantime check out "Portsmouth news - HMS BROCKLESBY" for a video clip of us sailing. Love you guys ...
... Pont-Aven is renowned for its' artists quarter so there are loads of galleries to look round, as well as plenty of shops to duck in to until they close for lunch 12.30 – 2.00.
We treated ourselves to a late lunch in a creperie in a water-mill and very nice it was too. Then ...
From there we drove to Pont-L’Abbe to find the LeClerc supermarket, which sold LPG and had an aire, but we did not really like the look of the 5 spaces at the back end of the car park with everyone coming and going so after going in for a bit of foodie shopping we headed off to the lighthouse at Eckmuhl. This was ...
We didn't get going very early as we were kept chatting by our neigbours who hailed from Wales, so first drove as far as Locronan. It was a pretty little town with lots of souvenir shops and creperies and biscuiteries. Everywhere had hanging baskets and pots outside – I guess they were competing for the flower competition.
Once more the rain started coming down, but luckily we found a marvellous ...
... bridge, along one side, back over the other bridge and back down the opposite side. Needless to say everywhere was closed (except the launderette!) Back for some lunch and then a doze, then it started to rain again, so I collected a token for the dryer and finished off the drying that way. Dinner was a Remoska meal, with enough cooked for the next 3 days.
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