Hotel Des Halles
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... last night, so you let it ferment all night then cook in the oven whilst you are having breakfast. The bread is lovely, very moorish.....and you get a little recipe book with it to. Well worth every penny my mum bought mine for me.
We decided to leave Iles de Glenans on the Monday 29th as the winds were changing direction and we wanted to sail to Lorient not motor, so we lifted the anchor about 10ish and set sail. We were able to sail with the main and Genoa up for quite a ...
Monday 22nd June 2015
Breakfast at the Fast Hotel
was OK - better than some - but a lack of cold meats would have knocked its
score down - that's if we were scoring. After a bit of a lazy morning sorting
bags out and watching BBC World News in English!!
Then we walked!!!
Yep down the hill into the town of Quimperle. It
took us just over half an hour. We took a few pictures and headed straight ...
... cheese and bread then a gateaux/cake the name of which escapes me.
Each course was a fresh bottle of different wine. Now Dave is excellent at French and holds conversations - I just eat, drink and listen occasionally contributing to the conversation, I can follow what is being said but speak very little.
A lift back to the Hotel from Annie and a undisturbed nights sleep!!
Mileage today 138 (Total Mileage ...
... of the same people, they were off to the Glenan Ils where we plan to go in a few days, so we swopped details, hopefully we will meet up again over a glass of wine We left Sainte Marine after lunch and motored up the River Odet to a beautiful anchorage called Anse d' Combrit where we plan to stay for a few days, the scenery is wonderful as you go up the river and we joined a few more yachts with the same idea. We had a most peaceful night at anchorage and woke to ...
... sailed nearer more and more land appeared, a lovely sight to see. For our journey down Le Four we had to put the engine on as the wind dropped right off. It was still calm and sunny so we weren't complaining. We decided we had time and the tides were good to continue and go through the Raz, all worked out well in fact over ground as we went through we were going 10.51 knots, wow flying through. The mist ...