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... of the villagers. A market was in progress, fish, meat and plenty of veges. Strangely there were two permanent butcher shops within 25 m of the market which also had a butcher. The vegetable stalls had some strange looking veges for sale. We noticed in these small towns shops specialising in goods such as cellphones, jewellery and toy shops for very small populations. Perhaps they are subsidised?
Now we ...
... Saves having to do it on the satnav itself.
Took a bit of time but voila, 40 minutes later, got a tailor made route.
Now you might ask 'Why are you going back to Quimperle? Surely the Quentels have had enough of you 2 pissheads?'
Not so mes amis. We had a date with destiny. More later.
French dual carriageways are largely known as N roads - route National. The majority of the other stuff is D roads, ...
Yet another sunny day in France. Last night it was so very black not sure I have ever seen such intense darkness. Suz took her panic alarm to bed with her she spooked me a bit so took mine too but I slept well. We are in the car park of what looks to be a witton park sort of place cyclists dog walkers etc. Both still in pjs drinking coffee we plan to go to the coast today about 10 miles ...
Last night i slept in my tent for the first time. It's bizar realising that this is gonna be my house for the bigger part of the following months. I had a lovely night though. It took me more or less 20 minutes to set up my camp. Need to find routine in this.
Ow and I made my first fall today. Since the GPS needs a lot of power supply and there's ...
... br> Nantes is known for a number of things - historically as the birthplace of Queen Anne of Bretange, a rich port history (even though it is inland), and its famous child Jules Verne. It also promotes itself as a quirky arty town as well and has some interesting features around, including one of the best botanical gardens in France, and some large Jules Verne inspired 'mechanical' moving animals and a tall carousel with levels of sea creatures at the 'Isle ...