Mercure Quimper Centre
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... until the wind dropped off, it was warm and sunny and we could see plenty of small jelly fish in the water.We decided to anchor in a bay around the corner from Lorient called Loremer, and spend the night here before going into the marina in the morning, we set the anchor alarm as we were quite near small fishing boats on their moorings. We anchored here over 30 years ago before the girls were born, in our first yacht called Windrose, a Holman 26, where does the time go, in ...
... St Jacques (chopped Scallops in a sauce) another taste sensation!!!
Followed by Pork (from a Piglet) and home made Frites made from potatoes from the garden and
carrots in an onion sauce. Followed by bread and cheese and strawberry cheesecake
thingy!!! Obviously each course accompanied by a different bottle of wine.
We returned to the hotel and that was it.
Miles today – Riding zero - Walked about ...
... which was very quiet - bear in mind it was Sunday afternoon and this was the only place open.
We then rode to their house. Now I have been here before but had forgotten how nice the setting was. It has a sea view and is post card picturesque.
We were greeted by Annie and her Mother Isobel and Father Louie (but is known as Li Li) both are remarkable for their ages (both in their 80's) Now a greeting each ...
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 ...
... so after brekki we decided to clean and polish the cockpit and side decks before going off to explore the inlet by Sega which was so peaceful and quiet. On the way back we stopped off for a chat with a lovely couple called Liz and Pat on their catamaran called Catspaw, where David had already been to in the morning for coffee whilst out on the dinghy checking the engine. They had many stories to tell us of places they have sailed to over the years including the ...