Holiday Inn Express Saint Nazaire
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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 ...
... the bike handles without 3 ton of **** on it. (That doesn't include me Meynell).
Quick coffee stop at Pont Aven, buy some stamps, (easier said than done). Get spoken to by some French weirdos, one of whom really wanted to bum a fag and the other was a half soaked girl with herpes who liked Australia. Back to the hotel.
I've managed to evict the cous-cous baby, all is presently well with the world.
We got a bit monged last night, so interesting pictures of Nantes are pretty low down the list.
The most important thing was to find a different way back to Quimperle avoiding the Scooby doo route and the voie express.
Garmin, bless 'em, make a map programme for your laptop called BaseCamp so you can **** around to your heart's content picking out the route ...
... We didn't get to the hotel till 6.15pm where we promptly had a couple of beers and de-briefed the day.
By the time we hit the town it was gone 9. Quite by chance we were 100 yards away from the bar where Meynell had got ****** in June so in we went.
One of the lads behind the bar recognised me from last time and that was that. They were in national mourning because France had been hammered by the All Blacks. Several ...
... by and ask for help. I was in the middle of nowhere and there was no cars passing by. Okay, let's have some coffee. I got everything with me to make some. After two coffees a friendly french guy stopped and asked if he could help me out. 'Yes please!' With the two of us, we had the motor back on the road in no time. 'Merci beaucoup, Monsieur! Vous voulez un cafée?'