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Friday May 2
Her take on the day's events:
A day of wild landscapes and photographic loss
I did not have the best of days. I spent most of the morning taking what I thought would be some amazing shots only to find that none of them had been saved on to my memory card - a catastrophic failure of a new (and …
... as they covered quite a lot of ground. They were very impressive to see and certainly fascinated Rose. Leaving Carnac we then travelled for another hour to see something called The Universe Of The Scrap Metal Poet. This was an installation of moving sculptures created by an eccentric ex-teacher in a small Brittany village. Using discarded scrap materials, he created an impressive number of impressive indoor scenes and outdoor sculptures over a period of ...
Our planed day at sea crossing the Bay of Biscay which is quite smooth only a slight swell, ships lift is functioning and we can eat outside.
We had a morning and evening lecture which I missed since I was doing my blog.
Next day was a morning visit to Belle Ile which is an island off Britany France, this was a zodiac landing –our only one. Our boat has a small deck virtually at sea ...
Took the car out to Piriac sur Mer today to explore the coastal area south east of Vannes. It didn't disappoint, nice old port and quaint coastal town. We stopped off for a lakeside walk in the village of Asserac on the way there, and coffee and a bit of shopping in Roche St Bernard on the way ...
... of Wimbledon on our return to the UK. We cruise along the coast for only a few minutes before spotting a little island joined to the mainland by a mere strip of sand. It is too much of a gem to resist and we park up and explore. We spend ten minutes adventuring before walking back in the warm sea which is protected by the natural dam the rocks made and sat in the sun.
Next we make our way to the lovely town of Vannes which is very much like stepping back in ...