Hotel Restaurant Thalamot
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... town to discover that the Bastill day parade is about to start. There are big crowds but it was great. Everyone in period costume and a really great vibe in the town. Soooo many photo opportunities. The Rough guide once again sets us toward a lovely little restaurant away from the main throng where we get to relax with a bottle of the local Rose. Then a walk discovering the old town. By 10pm ...
... last night, so you let it ferment all night then cook in the oven whilst you are having breakfast. The bread is lovely, very moorish.....and you get a little recipe book with it to. Well worth every penny my mum bought mine for me.
We decided to leave Iles de Glenans on the Monday 29th as the winds were changing direction and we wanted to sail to Lorient not motor, so we lifted the anchor about 10ish and set sail. We were able to sail with the main and Genoa up for quite a ...
... St Jacques (chopped Scallops in a sauce) another taste sensation!!!
Followed by Pork (from a Piglet) and home made Frites made from potatoes from the garden and
carrots in an onion sauce. Followed by bread and cheese and strawberry cheesecake
thingy!!! Obviously each course accompanied by a different bottle of wine.
We returned to the hotel and that was it.
Miles today – Riding zero - Walked about ...
... 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 ...
... to anchor up the River Odet the next day in the afternoon. The next morning we got some washing done and whilst David cleaned the decks I went to the local grocery shopping buy fresh food as we were not planning on being on being in a marina for at least another week. On my return David wasn't on board then I heard him call me, he was on the boat in front of us called Alderbaran, lady called Angie used to teach at Eggbuckland, and they keep their boat in Newton ...