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... acorns were everywhere.
It was all getting a bit eerie, it reminded me of the films Wrong Turn and Deliverance.
We eventually made it to the fuel, thank God. Reset the satnav only for it to tell me to go back the way we’d come – noooooo!. I double checked it on the maps on my phone. Yep, we had to go back. This village sat on a northerly route and our route was north east. The ...
... bridges was absolutely brilliant, pleasure to be alive.
The only downside was skirting round the towns, The French love to stick a roundabout at every ****'s end they can think of and the real downer was the drone from the sat nav every 200 yards,"At the roundabout take the 2nd exit (always the 2nd exit), Rue de Charles De Gaulle"
Every sodding road was named ...
... to give up, it had a turned into a baby, it just kept getting bigger and bigger, it would not be walked off. We had a drink at a bar and it got a new lease of life, the cous-cous baby was stealing all my bodily fluids.
After leaving Pont Aven Annie suggested we visit Uncle Paul who lives just down the road from them, he is 84 and suffers from all sorts of ailments ...
... pain to negotiate thanks to them. Lessons to be learned.
Anyway. We arrive at Kerfany at 4pm. As usualthey are delighted to see us. Annie's not there, she's doing some painting or something. The last time they saw Will he was 6 or thereabouts. Isn't he handsome etc etc. Just like his father was. WAS? thanks Isobel.
They've got a friend round who's been catching some prawns for them. His name is Jean-Bernard !! Really? Yet another Bernard!! When will it all end?
... Restaurant" on "the other ship" but the staff were nowhere near as friendly.
They gave us an "amuse bouche" to start with, a tiny cup of cherry tomato soup and it was fantastic, delicious and amazing and I asked the waiter if I could take a tin of it home with me, but he stared at me not understanding what I meant. I don't think his name was Heinz.
Earlier, in the afternoon, Lance and I attended two talks. One by an ex-Concorde pilot ...