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... ripped on the pull. Luckily I find one I like for only 69 euros. Ha. Don’t really see anything else that is wonderful and not really any crafts at all besides some of the Africans coming up from Morocco to sell their jewellery and their backpacks.
We move into the city and there is traffic and can’t quite tell where to go but still following the GPS and pull up, finally, to the tourist office and can actually find a place to ...
It was still hot when we got home so we hit the beach for some top up sun before setting down to supper and another episode of Poldark. We missed this last year so I've downloaded them for the trip. Annie's complaining she's still not seen his chest though.
Golf to be played the next couple of days before we pack up again and head south on Saturday.
... the girls. I think I need more practise in warmer water, even with a swimming wet suit plus a warmer rather tatty wetsuit on top it was still chilly, only 17C brrrrrrr.
Sunday the forecast was the same but in reality there were virtually no waves and it was too cold to be comfortable on the beach, so we gave up and went sightseeing to Quimper ...
The day was rather chilly and grey so we left late to explore the nearby town of Jocellin with its pretty chateau. The town is very picturesque with many of the timber framed houses from the 17C.
The chateau didn't open until 2.00pm so we decided to have coffee in a lovely square with a couple of restaurants. Plates of ...
We left Locronan and headed out to the coast again, stopping in Concarneau, a pretty port town with beautiful white sand beaches, and Pont-Aven, a quirky artists' village where Gaugin and other famous artists lived for a time.
We are headed for the Carnac Alignments, and the title of today’s blog are the Celtic names given to the different neolithic stone formations that form the Carnac Alignments in this area: