Le Poisson d'Avril
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Saturday's weather promised to be warmer and have surf on the northwest coast at Pointe de la Torche about an hours drive, near Quimper. So we rounded up a huge collection of wetsuits and headed off. There were modest waves and a stiff offshore wind, but we managed to find a nice sheltered spot for the non-surfers to sit and read. The boys managed some good runs, ...
The heavens are smiling upon us with another beautiful blue sky day. We meandered along the Cote de Granit Rose, past beautiful white sand beaches, rocky and stoney beaches, little harbours and ports with boats laying on their sides (tide’s out). The coast was rugged, the sea and the sky were deep blue, the sun was shining and it all made for a beautiful drive on a beautiful day.
We skirted Brest, a port and university city of about ...
... are building for another round of the parade followed by fireworks, both of which we choose to avoid as we have a long drive tomorrow. (Being so close it was impossible to avoid the fireworks noise at midnight.) Really great day, very luck to have been here on Bastille day and to see it celebrated in such a traditional way. So tomorrow, its back to Paris for our overnight stay before flying to ...
... much further I thought I was going to melt.....After we unpacked the food and got the washing done in the machines in the port we felt it was time to treat ourselves to our first French meal out, so using my best French i booked us into the local restaurant by the marina called Le Cargo, a very popular place with the locals and visitors from the marina. They had the BBQ going, the poor chef was on the go non stop and in the heat he did exceptionally well. David and I had the ...
... returned to the dinghy on the beach. David fished in the afternoon whist I chilled in my hammock reading, listening to music and taking in the ambiance ( hey that's a good word for me ....) must be all the fresh air. Pat and Liz came to us on Sega for a natter and we caught up on more news of where had been on their travels. We swopped details so hopefully we will meet again sometime. The next day we checked the weather and mid afternoon sailed to Iles de Glenans