Domaine de Kereven
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... town to discover that the Bastill day parade is about to start. There are big crowds but it was great. Everyone in period costume and a really great vibe in the town. Soooo many photo opportunities. The Rough guide once again sets us toward a lovely little restaurant away from the main throng where we get to relax with a bottle of the local Rose. Then a walk discovering the old town. By 10pm ...
... of scallops, absolutely awesome, with a baked potato and veg and of course David had all the sauces to go with it, but they did me a separate side dish which was also very tasty, all washed down with a lovely cold bottle of Rose. Super end to a very hot day, as I believe it was the same in England.We spent the rest of our time in Lorient getting jobs on Sega done whilst in port and explored the area around the marina.We decided our next sail would be to Belle Ile on Thursday 2nd July ...
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 ...
... with ice Dave had a Ricard. This was accompanied by nibbles.
Then a started of Melon with bread and butter – try it !!! It is a taste sensation!! The main course came out and was (see picture) what looked like a stew of some sort –it turned out to be Rabbit, Pork, Mushroom and Onion - a really really nice combination. (I think this was the meal Dave had when he first went over when he was 17) This was ...
... to anchor up the River Odet the next day in the afternoon. The next morning we got some washing done and whilst David cleaned the decks I went to the local grocery shopping buy fresh food as we were not planning on being on being in a marina for at least another week. On my return David wasn't on board then I heard him call me, he was on the boat in front of us called Alderbaran, lady called Angie used to teach at Eggbuckland, and they keep their boat in Newton ...