Hostellerie le Moulin de Rosmadec
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... it still felt pretty French. We even saw a shop selling onions on a string. We had an amazing lunch in Morlaix and the set off for the afternoon cycle to Plestin-les-Grèves. I don't think I'd realised what a difference panniers make to climbing hills and we soon found that we were literally dragging ourselves up hundreds of hills! I though cycling the coast of France sounded quite flat but it was up and down loads of cliffs and the véloroute seemed to go ...
Ile de Glenans to Lorient
We woke to a misty start to our day but by mid afternoon the skies started to clear so we decided to leave the River Odet where had enjoyed 3 lovely days and sail to Iles de Glenans to hopefully anchor there for a few days, as last year we were only able to stay for 1 night, David worked our a course to avoid the rocks, sailed all the way with main and genoa up and often reached over 7 knots, we arrived and decided to anchor off the beach on ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... he visited her and her family as part of a school trip. (Every other boy at his school had a male pen-friend but Dave wanted to be different!)
The journey was uneventful mainly using an N road which is similar to a large dual carriageway.
We had arranged to get there at about 3:00pm however we were a little early so stopped in Moelan Sur Mer at a Bar called "Let Y Corn" for coffee andsoft drink. This is a beautiful ...
... so after brekki we decided to clean and polish the cockpit and side decks before going off to explore the inlet by Sega which was so peaceful and quiet. On the way back we stopped off for a chat with a lovely couple called Liz and Pat on their catamaran called Catspaw, where David had already been to in the morning for coffee whilst out on the dinghy checking the engine. They had many stories to tell us of places they have sailed to over the years including the ...