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... following the tram line. It was Sunday, so none of the shops were open. We ended up back at the market and bought some bread, tomatoes and avocado of lunch. In the late afternoon, we wandered around and found a little bar to have a drink at. We sat in the sun, enjoying a couple of beers and a delicious cheese platter with Rochford, Camembert and goats ...
... so the Ferry couldn't dock at the wharf, so a little boat came out to get us. Molene is a tiny little island, 4km in circumference. It has a population of just over 200 people. I'm sure at the height of summer there is quite a bit to do there - Kyaking, boating, trips to see the seals etc. However when we were there, the wind was howling and there was no chance of enjoying the watersports. Also, none of the ...
... not much to see but it is a convenient stopping place. Found the fishmongers and picked up a lobster for dinner.
Next day wandered back into town and completed a bit more provisioning including buying another lobster, crab claws, languastines and oysters. Much much cheaper than eating out in the restaurants. We're leaving that for dishes we don't normally eat or cook.
... the end moored up on the visitors pontoon.
There are quite a number of British boats here either waiting for the right tides for which ever way the are going in or for the right wind conditions for going through the Chanel du Four. We are one of the latter - which currently looks like Thursday to be the best for us.
We wandered around the marina checked out the restaurant menus and then sat back in the cockpit doing not much - much like everyone else.
We left Treguier and followed the Rose Granite coast and picked up a visitors buoy in Port Blanc. We didn't venture into the village, just stayed on board and relaxed. I retuned the TV box and strangely enough got no French TV but all English stations including freeview. it was nice to see the news (mostly focussed on D-Day (beaches which we had passed a few days earlier)).
There wasn't much swell so we had a fairly comfortable night, although there was a pretty ...
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