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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
After a well needed sleep in we arose at 10am.Barbs feeling a little better ,started antibiotics during night. We got ourselves organised and walked to find coffee and something to have for brunch. Found supermarket ,after little shopping and bagel in hand we made our way back to the apartment with Kenny getting a feel for the place to enable us to venture out later in the day. After a brunch, rest for Barbs and mid afternoon off to explore. Well we found lots of lovely squares ...
... when it's at 5 in the afternoon and you've been sitting in the bus for most of the day. It wasn't worth checking into the hotel first as we were having one of our included dinners at a local seaside restaurant so to fill in some time we drove up to the Notre Dame cathedral. This was an interesting drive to say the least! With extremely narrow roads and small cars parked in ridiculous locations. We were very impressed by our driver's abilities and there were ...
... snails and fresh prawns which we devoured. The amount of alcohol became fairly (however unexpectedly) plentiful (a recurring progression of events on this trip), and ended with Loïc head-banging his long hair to some 90s Metal, which was rather entertaining. Yec'hed mat! (cheers in Breton, which is a Celtic language spoken in Bretagne).
In the morning of my last day, I was amazed at Loïc's trust in leaving me in his apartment to use the wifi after he left for ...
... into yet another gallery. But it is an interactive gallery, as I often stop to point out shots or discuss the optimal angle or cropping of what we see. And to my great delight, Avril often takes the shots as I call them. It makes me feel like a movie director who has a great cinematographer at his side. Of course, what ends up later on the cutting room floor (or, in this case, the Delete button) may be another matter. But I like to think we see eye-with-eye as the past ...