Brit Hotel Le Surcouf
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... we were ready to catch the bus to return to St Malo. So much quick reading to do to fill the gaps. We had earlier been conned into buying tickets for a series of 4 museums in the town; not good value as all info was in French whereas the info office was multilingual and free.
Anyway, back to St Malo where our most important decision will be what is for dinner, crepes or crepes. THE. big culinary delight here, crepes and gallettes, crepes being sweet and ...
... ways a satnav can take you so I re-jigged it for 'shortest route'.
For once Garmin did itself proud, the roads were dry now it although it was cloudy, and we had some brilliant biking roads.
The only down side to picking 'shortest' is Garmin route planners will take you through some f**ker's front room if they could get away with it. So there was the occasional farm track and log pile but overall ...
... head in gear, we've got to be off the boat in 15 minutes."
Last thing we wanted was to be last off the boat and get turned over by French customs.
Two of the world's quickest showers later we're down on Deck 6, we're not last, thank f**k.
We pick a pretty French customs girl, Wilbur flashes a smile, passports shown and we're away.
It was grey and miserable, they'd obviously had some overnight rain and the roads were wet but strangely enough it was still quite ...
DAY SIX - THURSDAY Today, we have finally rested for the night at Le Grouin du Sud, just north of Avranches. First we stopped at Carolles Plage, where we got fresh water. We didn't really fancy staying there and paying 8€ for the privilege! We did fork out 3€ for 10 mins of water. It never takes 10 minutes to fill our tank as it's never completely empty. Lunched there and then set off to find a Super U for fuel and gas. Found that and did yet ...
... the coast weaving in and out of villages, through market gardens, maize fields and farms. The smells of the farms were interspersed with the smell of the fishing boats and mussel and oyster fields. The coast was amazing because the tide was out and there was about 500 metres + until the water. People were walking out carrying fishing lines and someone was wheeling their bicycle. It wasn't dry sand, it was wet clay type of sand. We kept looking for a place to buy our ...