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... for 4 tarts to go.
Out on the Cape. Frehel the views were astonishing. The high cliffs are a rose coloured granite and the tops are covered with heather, which us still blooming. The English Chanel is calm today and apparently warn, as many people are swimming.
Back in Saint Malo we went to a roof top bar for a drink before dinner at a nearby Brasserie.
There are pictures of the Cape, the village of Frehel and sausage buying in the market.
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... out of rocks, shells, wood and seaweed and to be honest it was a fairly good likeness. The girls were happy just playing and didn’t want to head back so we left them to it and Jess and I just lay back together against a rock in the sunshine and discussed whether Brittany was somewhere we could see ourselves living when we come to France and given that we were sitting in a very beautiful place it was hard to come ...
... low on food. Once we were all stocked up it was the final short trip to our campsite which is located in the grounds of a chateau. It is a really nice location but unfortunately it seems as though it is mostly full of Brits. We much prefer to be the odd ones out rather than part of the majority, otherwise we would just be at a campsite in the UK. Also a new record has been set pricewise, €69 which is a bit exorbitant but the girls have all had some ...
... and as always the views from the top down into the ruin and away across the countryside were lovely. In the best preserved tower was an exhibition on the art of the table. I hadn't understood the girl at the desk, not sure what a table was, but it was, in fact, an exhibition on dining in the "moyen age" - medieval times. There were interesting interactive displays behind immensely heavy wooden doors in the tower rooms, all with a different theme and rather well done. Pity we ...
We're on the road again! This time we are heading off to Binic in North Brittany. We have said "au revoir" to Tim and Maggie. We will meet up with them at Calais on Friday night, in readiness for sailing home on Saturday.
It has been raining most of the day, but it did let up for us this afternoon so that we could walk into the town, beach and port.
Quite an interesting little town with all the requisite bars, restaurants and ...