Hotel du Bois de Nevet Locronan
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... Gaulle in some variation, Avenue, Rue, Boulevard.
It got to the point where I thought, "Have I hit a time lapse, I'm sure I've done this before".
Like Scoody Doo running down the corridor - plant, clock, picture, plant, clock, picture... Ground Hog Day on steroids.
Eventually we passed Vannes and went further inland away from the De Gaulle fan club. I needed a ...
... gorgeous but I can see why Li-Li had to jack in fishing, it nigh on killed me getting back up the frigging bank.
Aperitifs and then into lunch - cous-cous, pieces of lamb and chicken done with vegetables and a fruity raisin sauce also with hot and savoury gravies to boot, loads of wine, followed up by apple crumble and coffee. Will had thirds.The food was delicious but ...
After Pontivy the sun came out to play, one minor satnav cock up getting out of Pontivy but then a straight run through Quimperle, Moelan Sur Mer and then Kerfany. Absolutely brilliant riding.Will's bike was thirsty so we topped up en route at Moelan.Garmin really are **** at navigating you through towns, pick shortest route to avoid the dual carriageways but then come to a town and it takes you down every alleyway it can find, as near as damn it as the crow flies. Quimperle was ...
... apologising for the "unusual motion of the ship for the last few hours". I just thought this was rough seas, but apparently the ship "may have" picked up some stray fishing nets which "may be" fouling one of the propellers. The engineers had been experimenting with changing the revs of the propeller to try to dislodge the "possible" fishing net. He said things like "nothing to worry about", "nothing to even concern you", "everything is fine and ...
... br> No music is piped through the speakers on this ship, which seems strange, but at 10am, it being Sunday they played Church Bells which announced that church services were about to begin. We'd found the Neptune Pool by then and it was packed with the supine elderly none of whom seemed moved enough by the call to church to stir themselves.
Lance and I went to the morning quiz in one of the bars. It was on the theme ...