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... savoury crepes. Every second restaurant specialises in them and they all serve cider in tea cups as the preferred accompaniment.
Our bigger decision was made earlier; we will go to Jersey then return to stay in the same hotel in St Malo instead of going to Quimper further to the west of Brittany. We've decided that we would like to explore the surrounding area, plus we will cut out 8 hrs of train travel there and to Paris.
Early tomorrow is the ferry to ...
We made our way from St Malo heading south for Moelan-Sur-Mer.
We'd tanked up in St Malo - £1.05 a litre for Super Unleaded - not bad!!
Will was seeking a caffeine fix. After 20 miles of grind on the boring N176 I decided to cut across country. We came across this lovely little village - Jugon-Les-Lacs. 2 big café au laits to stir the cryo tanks and then back on it.
To get to Moelan, there are only ...
Woke up at 6am to 'Two & half men' repeating opening titles "Men,men,men,men,menly men men men, ooohhh", laptop had been left on.
Went back to bed.
Next thing.....'Bing bong, ladies & gentlemen the boat will be docking in 15 minutes, please make your way to your vehicles'. But it's only 7am. The ticket says 8.15am.
Thanks Brittany Ferries, they don't say you board in English time but get off in French time who are an hour in front.
"Will, Will, wake up, ...
... hereabouts. Tonight, we can see the Mont lit up with the town lights and it's floodlights although Mike says we are not seeing it's best side from here. The only downside is that we are on a sideways slope and being on the public road we're not supposed to use our ramps. The French guy in front (there are only the two vans here) craftily waited until there was only the two of us before putting his on ramps. Trust a Frenchman to buck the ...
... seems to help. So, three days in Europe and I have learned: I should have tried harder in Peter Morrow's French classes, pedestrian crossings should be treated as indicative only, lait fermente should not be put in tea, it is impossible to walk past a boulanger and patisserie, look left before crossing the road, a few words can achieve a lot, people are kind and my wife is an incredible organiser. Did I mention we will be in Paris tomorrow? Au ...