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Travel Blogs from Bain-de-Bretagne
... we've had in Brittany and then proceeded to walk to the old town. The guide books had led us to believe that there were very few half timbered houses left following the major fire of 1720 but were we very pleasantly surprised at what we saw whilst wandering around.
This town is just something.
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It is cold and wet today ...
... little cups and the woman wraps them in bubble wrap for me, before letting us out the now locked door - it is her lunch time too. People are so friendly and helpful and kind, despite our minimal language skills and forgetting cultural practices, like closing for lunch.
From here we have no difficulty heading straight for Dinan. We listen to our favourite radio station as we go, negotiating little towns along the way, as we are now on a more minor road ...
Rain and lots of it, managed to finish the rigging all halyards now led aft, but I never seem to finish all the work Ive scheduled for the day.
On another note, this site tells me how many visitors and where they are located, I can understand some interest from the USA but who is looking in from Alaska?
... guy arriving tomorrow in the Flat in Palma and everyone has made some effort to help to meet him and sort his room out, hope it all goes well for Nick.
Rigging the boat! great practice, had to do almost every job twice, but everything is on shroud tensions checked I will put the Main on tomorrow.
Lots of british ...