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Travel Blogs from Caudan
... in mind we also have one of the twins on a seat on our bike as well. There was one spot where there was a hill that was not very steep but a bit longer than some of the others and Jess was pulling Ruby along and Lily and I were riding behind. As we neared the top of the hill they were slowing down and Lily passed them and as she did Jess tried to give Ruby one last push off as she was losing pace but she didn't have quite enough strength ...
... to put them on the rack this morning I saw that our friendly albatross (not actually an albatross) had relieved himself on them 10 times in the night. In itself that is not a major problem, slightly annoying, slightly amusing but perhaps a sign of things to come. We took our time getting ready this morning as we knew we just had a short drive to our next spot and we set off just before 12 with Stevo telling us we had a trip of just over an ...
... away from the wind enough to get our sails up, which helped balance us out a little, but we were nonetheless relieved to reach our destination, confident that there would be ample space in its six basins for us.
Or not. We'd managed to pick the worst possible time to visit there; a dory came to meet us on our way in to tell us they were having a boat show and were almost ...
... right into the next wave, causing her to judder, losing a massive amount of speed. While the wind was light enough for this effect not to be too pronounced, it certainly wasn't our preference.
We altered our course a little to try to take the waves at a more comfortable angle, and this allowed us to get our mainsail and jib out. They didn't do much for our speed at this angle of wind, but they helped to balance us out, limiting the rocking motion. ...
... br> Another claim to fane of Carnac are The Alignments, which are thousands of boulders laid in pre-history times in precise patterns over about 400 hectares. It is a sort of Eater Island meets Stonehenge deal.
We stayed at a place called called Hotel Tumulus...having no earthly idea what Tumulus meant. Turns out it is a famous burial chamber with people from all over coming to check it out.
We loved Carnac and could have spent lots of time ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility