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... and David and I walked into town. Fifty minutes each way! It is such a pretty town and being Sunday it was particularly busy. Brought back old memories of the last time we were here with Robyn and Richard. Actually found the Hotel Magenta where we stayed. David has gone back into town this afternoon with Viv and Ian to show them the sites. They will be back I'm sure to watch the Australians play Argentina in the rugby. Watched the game and celebrated! Had ...
We travelled across the English Channel from Plymouth to Roscoff, a handy tip off from the hairdresser saved us a lot of driving and time. It was a very comfortable crossing, we were amazed with the room we had. A decent drop of French red made the sleep even more enjoyable. Up early for a chocolate croissant and cafe au lait and we hit the road again swapping sides, changing language and learning ...
... highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We then grabbed scarves, pullovers, hats and coats and set-off on the 3 km walk back to town along the banks of a lovely substantial river, that reminded me very much of the Yarra in Melbourne - stone-walled banks and lovely tree-lined avenues along-side, and heaps of joggers ...
... region which mainly consisted of farming. A lot of the buildings included cards with the information in different languages so at least we could follow what went on. The area is famous for the shepherds which used to do their work on stilts as it gave them the ability to see over greater distances as the ground is largely flat, also it allowed them to find routes around the edges of the marshes without getting their feet wet but also meant they could cover ground ...
... but when we got to the beach there was a
competition so we had to stay out of the surfer’s way. The next day the
competition was on again as we got into the water a helicopter came to get a
man who dislocated his shoulder. After an hour the tide was changing to high
tide so we went to return the surfboards and the bikes. The next morning dad
went to go and get the hire car that we would be using and set off on our next