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... following the tram line. It was Sunday, so none of the shops were open. We ended up back at the market and bought some bread, tomatoes and avocado of lunch. In the late afternoon, we wandered around and found a little bar to have a drink at. We sat in the sun, enjoying a couple of beers and a delicious cheese platter with Rochford, Camembert and goats ...
Today we went to Le Conquet and Ile Molene. Le Conquet is about 40 minutes drive from Brest and is a quaint little fishing Port. Jillian had booked us on a Ferry to Molene from La Conquet at 11am returning a 5pm. Unfortunately (or fortunately as it turned out), she had made the booking for July instead of June. The company did not operate in June, but the guy was really helpful and give us a refund. He was excited that we ...
The previous afternoon we decided to move from the marina and anchor a little further up the river (mostly to save money and also get off the pontoon which is a bit wobbly in the strong current).
In the morning we set off at sunrise for a fairly long passage to our next destination Cameret-sur-Mer.
We picked up a visitors buoy not far from the town. In the afternoon we ...
... the end moored up on the visitors pontoon.
There are quite a number of British boats here either waiting for the right tides for which ever way the are going in or for the right wind conditions for going through the Chanel du Four. We are one of the latter - which currently looks like Thursday to be the best for us.
We wandered around the marina checked out the restaurant menus and then sat back in the cockpit doing not much - much like everyone else.
... ly blowing so there was a lot of yawing.
Mid afternoon just before HW we set off for our next destination. Got a bit of a sail in which was nice.
We anchored not far from the entrance to river leading to Morlaix.
In the morning we took the dinghy to the mainland opposite where we were anchored and saw the Cairn de Barnenez (ancient burial chambers) quite amazing. We then proceeded to Morlaix for the HW lock in.
The river to Morlaix is ...