Manor Of Kerhuel
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... After David radioed them, they told us which pontoon to go to and which number, but as we entered the marina a man from the port came to meet us and take us to our berth, they often do this in France which is always helpful.We settled in and decided it would be good to stock up on fresh food before we left for the Islands again, we found out where Lidls was which was 1.8km, not far I hear you say, quite right but when it's 36 degrees plus and you are carrying heavy shopping it's ...
After a lazy start we slip the bout and gear over to feel up and go onto the quay to explore . A stroll around the town and try to hunt some wifi proved quite difficult hence the delay in posting the blog. Some quaint streets and novel ideas but nothing too lively just a boat graveyard. When we return to the boat the customs boys are nearby again but this time they leave us alone. Dinner a shore for Eric to have his mussels and frites before setting off next morning to ...
... to a pontoon, we were settled and having a cuppa by 8.30. We decided to go to the tourist information office up in the town to find out about coaches to Quimper, as we wanted to go to the railway station to buy our train tickets to get home in August. You may well say ' why do you need to buy your trains tickets now?' A very good question, the earlier we buy them the cheaper they are and we get reserved seats, as traveling home in August which we have never had ...
... to sail right the way through the first 24 hours then had to motor for a couple of hours early morning say 2. Day 2 sail was fab but not making much head way in the direction we wanted - it was either America or back to La Rochelle! As dusk fell the wind died so we decided to motor for ace hike and make some ground towards Brest. Wind due to turn tomorrow and come from west so hopefully will be able to sail in the morning. ...
... lighter as time went on. The seas were flat, wind gentle such brilliant conditions to cross in although a little more wind would have been good, very different from our sail home back on April 10th when we left to cross to Plymouth in high winds and a very cold night. At 10.40 I spotted Ille Vierge Lighthouse, in the distance, it's the the tallest lighthouse in Europe, and it marks the entrance to L'Aberwrach. ...