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It rained during the night! Perhaps the weather is hinting that we should begin to acclimatise ourselves ready to return to England in just over a weeks time. The day however turns out to be pleasantly warm although with increasing cloud as the day goes on. We start the day with a quick look round Clohars Carnoet's market which is small but charming, very like the Teme Valley Farmers market at Knightwick. We then return to the river that we walked ...
... I would love to see an episode but it is not on at present.Cedric Wildblood (what a fab name), our host is apparantly not impressed as it does not do the subtleties in the English plot justice .We pass through Doelan on the coast path bak to the gite.
The afternoon is spent wandering aloing the beaches at Gidel plage,paddling and collecting stones and shells. It is warm, sunny and wonderful. Geoff and I have decided not to return to England ....at least until it rains.
... unclear. This church is very pleasant, built in the rotunda format with a collection of circular chapels with a central undercroft with a depiction of Christ in his tomb surrounded by mourners. Interesting
By the time we have explored the pretty town the art exhibition is closed for the prolonged French Lunch break. It is also turning into a glorious day, so we agree to save the exhibition for an evening visit or a rainy day ...
The weather is holding out well and as it is another warm and sunny day we head off on another walk. This time we start at the pretty town of Le Faouet, about a thirty minute drive from the gite. The walk took us through woods where our feet crunched pleasantly on a carelessly strewn melange of Autumn leaves, down to the river. Half of the walk was along the banks of the Elle, which chortled its way through a pathway of moss covered boulders. It then returned to La ...
... pergola of wisteria in an 'Aire' on the motorway, after which we pressed on to Brittany. Geoff was very pleased to find that his MPG had increased to 41.1(he is easily pleased but I am happy for the planet, as I think I shall have to plant a hundred trees to offset our carbon footprint on this trip.
We have a studio apartment in the ...
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