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... small town like this in the off-season. The campground proprietor recommended three restaurants to us, one was closed, the other was really expensive, and we just barely got a table at the third, a Creperie. So it was Galettes and Crepes for us again tonight. We both had a Galette stuffed with St Jacques (scallops) in a mushroom cream sauce and for dessert, Crepe Suzette (crepes with orange rind and flamed Grand Mariner). Tres-tres-bon!
... with white sand and all... and watched people learning to sand buggy with kites and a jockey giving his horse a workout on the beach. What a gorgeous spot on such an incredible day!
Dinner was an 8km jaunt away in the town of Plouguerneau, a restaurant that looked like nothing from the outside, but was quite flash and modern on the inside. We feared we would be eating alone when we stepped in at 8pm and we were the first customers, however several other ...
On the rolling sea today. The storm worsened during the morning so the Captain took us even further west into deeper ocean and away from land. The narrow continental shelf that runs along the French coast causes high waves when there is a westerly wind pushing the sea into the coast. By lunch time we were heading south but now 100 sea miles instead of the planned 60 away from the coast. Too far to make it back to Nantes. The Captain will try to get us to Bordeaux. The waves were 9 ...
... as scary like in the daytime. The second day our slight westerly breeze turned out to actually come from the North East, but was not a breeze because it actually managed to blow us about 40 degrees further out than where we wanted to be - better than being blown inshore though I suppose, but with big winds comes high seas - not piddly little 1 metre swells which were forecast, No - bloody big 4 & 5 metre swells which fancied going in the ...
... to rush it - were hoping we made the right choice. I checked the engines and repaired a cleat which had started to come loose with all the stress put on it when we were on the outer harbour breakwater. Tracey did her washing, got the side panels down off the canopy ready for a quick getaway in the morning and we bought the last of our groceries which we'll need for next few days. The crossing is approx 315 miles harbour to harbour and we ...