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... roads were ****** disused farm roads.
Back down the road, probably only used to convey human sacrifices. It was just as lethal going back and all the time I could hear these voices "Squeal like a pig, squeal piggy,piggy,piggy", expecting to get an arrow in my neck at any moment. Will on the other hand though it was a great road.
We got back on the route but had lost an hour and it was still ...
... Gaulle in some variation, Avenue, Rue, Boulevard.
It got to the point where I thought, "Have I hit a time lapse, I'm sure I've done this before".
Like Scoody Doo running down the corridor - plant, clock, picture, plant, clock, picture... Ground Hog Day on steroids.
Eventually we passed Vannes and went further inland away from the De Gaulle fan club. I needed a ...
We decided last night that we would have another day with the Quentels. So after a fitful night's sleep and a morning's heavy blogging, Annie came and picked us up at 1pm.
When we arrived at their house Will wanted to see the river at the bottom of the garden. 'No problem, why not?' says I. I haven't been down to the bottom of their garden for 30 odd years and admittedly the ...
... Quimperle where she duly picks us up at 7pm to go back for supper.As usual they have the knack of turning something simple into a culinary extravaganza.Kick off with aperitifs - Ricard for me n Will.
Starters is Coquilles St Jacques, main course is really tender pork, French fries and some sort of carrot stew, viennetta for pudding followed by bread n cheese. All lovingly washed down with 3 different bottles of wine.Then out comes Li-Li's home made hooch with a pear in the ...
With the boys and girls now gone we felt a bit alone and Annie decided she needed some retail therapy to cheer her up. We headed off for Vannes, a quaint old town around 45 mins drive east of Lorient. The town is very pretty. It's got a lovely old centre and down by the river is lovely spot for coffee on a warm day as it was by the time we arrived. Annie hit the shops, they ...