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... Pont-Aven is renowned for its' artists quarter so there are loads of galleries to look round, as well as plenty of shops to duck in to until they close for lunch 12.30 – 2.00.
We treated ourselves to a late lunch in a creperie in a water-mill and very nice it was too. Then ...
... we had come across that. It was then a 20 minute walk along a stony cliff-top path right to the point.
It was ruggedly beautiful and also blowing a gale but well worth the trek. We found a slightly easier route back to the centre and read all the information boards there about the area. Again there were the ...
... studio and stood watching plates and vases being made, for ages. Leaving about 3.00pm we headed for the aire at Audierne which was right by the river in a huge car park with lots of buses and more motorhome.
Our little section went German-English-French-English-Dutch-Eng lish, quite a multi-cultural gathering. We had a mosey around the port and looked in some very expensive shops, mostly shut as ...
... sun was now out we stopped there for our lunch and a stroll around the standing stones and ruined manor house that was there. Then off down a much more rounded gentler countryside to Chateaulin to find a campsite for a couple nights. Showers and washing are calling once more…and this site has free wi-fi which should enable us to do some catching up on the ...
... to shower.
Weekends for us were typically rest days as Celine and Hoele both went to different towns to sell their produce. Saturdays we went with Hoele to a market town called Morlaix and generally spent the day eating crepes, drinking beer, and catching up on emails.
On Sunday there was always a fete (fez noz) or a big feast/gathering on. So we went with the family and chatted with the locals, danced ...
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