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... along the beach in the water with soft white sand between our toes, so lovely. We bought some postcards for family in the local restaurant which is so popular you have to book to eat there as ferries come from the mainland every day.A little bit of history of the islands for you.The Îles de Glénan are an archipelago of islands about 10 miles (16km) off the south coast of Finistère. Only accessible in summer, they are best known for their sailing and diving schools and for having ...
After a lazy start we slip the bout and gear over to feel up and go onto the quay to explore . A stroll around the town and try to hunt some wifi proved quite difficult hence the delay in posting the blog. Some quaint streets and novel ideas but nothing too lively just a boat graveyard. When we return to the boat the customs boys are nearby again but this time they leave us alone. Dinner a shore for Eric to have his mussels and frites before setting off next morning to ...
... to David and I when we were walking around Quimper of when we used to go there with the girls, either whilst staying in Gites or visiting from our boat, in fact we had a coffee in the same Cafe we visited many years ago. The town reminds us very much of Vanne with its style and age of buildings.The coach journey to and fro Quimper was brilliant, so comfortable, the drivers were so polite and safe and the scenery was lovely.We relaxed in the evening as we were planning ...
... had sun both days and numerous pods of Dolphins day and night playing around the boat. We have only seen 2 yachts and they were as we were leaving N Spain and nothing since despite there being several large cargo ships on the AIS within 20 miles. Good food, Eric made shepherds pie for night one and chicken stew for night 2. all washed down with a little Rosie. Time for night shift to end so more tomorrow when we should see land ...
... conditions, we were hoping for a calm and comfortable journey to France. We were off St Anthony Head at 9.10pm with just the Genoa up watching the sun go down, at 11.15pm the wind had dropped right off so we had to put the engine on. During the night the wind picked up a little so both sails were up and we were happy to turn the engine off again and put the starboard side and back of the enclosure down ...