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... It was now evident how big and how many houses were on the island - it was nothing like I'd expected. Suddenly into view came another school group of teenagers this time, and they rapidly ascended the hill and perched all over the rocks and outside the chapel where
we'd gone in for a look. So it was down again and found our way back to the port to wait for the ferry. They returned every hour, and it was just quarter past.
We bought a ...
We came down to this barren place, a few miles from Paimpol because of its sheer beauty. Looking out across the water we can see the car free island of Brehat. It has a population of only 350. But the thing that I find most awesome are the plethora of rocks sprouting from the still waters. There are dozens of them, and ridiculous as it may sound, this area immediately strikes me as being similar to Halong Bay in Vietnam, only in ...
... catch an earlier train but we ended up being stranded as the next train to Morlaix would not be for another couple of hours. So we found a nice bar and waited out our time watching the mens final of the French Open.
When we got back to Morlaix enjoyed a wonderful seafood dinner at a family run business.
As we have done on most of your days exploring we managed to wander around when everything, except for eating establishments are closed i.e. between 12 and 2pm. That didn't stop us exploring the town and checking out restaurant menus.
Enjoyed a wonderful seafood dinner - I had the scallops which were just divine and Gen had a seafood platter which was great value and tasty.
... it looked as if we may go backwards it was so strong. But that was only for a short while.
We anchored in one of the bays on the island and then headed off in our dinghy to explore the island. Very pretty - there are no cars on the island (however there are numerous tractors. There was a great view of the island from St Michel chapel - the more impressive as the tide was out.