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... a great guide for this tour - a university student studying archeology and history so this site is right up her alley. No one knows why the stones are standing or what their purpose was and the site was only declared heritage in 1991 which means that many stones were taken and used for building houses. It was a very interesting tour, even though we were rained on quite heavily a couple of times. We headed back to ...
... and we're ready to head off at the appointed time of 9am. Outside, it's a wonderfully cool morning with a bit of a sun shower happening. Quite a difference from yesterday, thankfully. The morning starts well, the countryside is wonderful, rolling hills but nothing too drastic. Graeme is leading this morning and not too far into the ride, he starts spending considerable time consulting the map and instructions. It appears he's geographically misplaced. ...
Ile de Glenans to Lorient
We woke to a misty start to our day but by mid afternoon the skies started to clear so we decided to leave the River Odet where had enjoyed 3 lovely days and sail to Iles de Glenans to hopefully anchor there for a few days, as last year we were only able to stay for 1 night, David worked our a course to avoid the rocks, sailed all the way with main and genoa up and often reached over 7 knots, we arrived and decided to anchor off the beach on ...
Monday 22nd June 2015
Breakfast at the Fast Hotel
was OK - better than some - but a lack of cold meats would have knocked its
score down - that's if we were scoring. After a bit of a lazy morning sorting
bags out and watching BBC World News in English!!
Then we walked!!!
Yep down the hill into the town of Quimperle. It
took us just over half an hour. We took a few pictures and headed straight ...
... 4 kisses on the cheeks takes some time -the custom of Brittany.
Now the scenarios to be seen to be believed (see photos of the sea all views from their garden) – a couple of cups of coffee and the handing of gifts that Dave had bought them we managed a small Danish Pastry type thing which was obviously French Pastry type thing. There was also "Hugo" the old Boxer dog.
We then rode tithe Hotel to ...