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From Rennes a drive through lovely rolling country. Small fields and extensive woodlands with few fences, the majority of the land being used for cropping. Quite a contrast to the landscape at home.
The guide book informed us that the short side trip to Josselin was worth a view, so off we went. Josselin, named after a seventeen year old lad who entered the jousting ...
... 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.
All the best
... after Fort la Latte we were rushing... So much to see, so little time! It was just half an hour to Chateau de la Hunaudaye - what a strange name and no idea now to pronounce it - but that left us just an hour to look around before closing. Yet again, another picturesque ruin in a gorgeous setting, at an intersection of two rural lanes surrounded by a bit of woods, a stream, green young corn fields and ripe golden wheat. Again, the girl at the desk provided us with a brochure ...
... my arm and offers a final suggestion that we "mange", miming feeding herself, though we do know that word, eat - she's determined we should find something to do in her town. Off she goes into the church just in time - the bells had stopped, the organ began to play and some lovely singing came forth.
We decide the best bet is to go into the tourist information office and see if they have a map. Tourist information offices in ...
... ensnare the tourists! I was able to buy my postcards, then write them and send them off. Neil was able to buy a book of all the campsites in France, which has helped us to plan the last few sites en route to Calais.
We again arrived back to the vans before the rain came. Neil cooked dinner and we are now resting before meeting up with the others for a last drink to wish Dave and Sherry "Bon voyage" before we go our separate ways ...