but before getting there, we had a couple of stops.
First via Wales to see my family, then to Essex to see D's sister. On route D and stopped at Ross on Wye. I was really charmed by these signs on this shop. After spending a few days with family, it was onward to Plymouth where we were to get our ferry to Roscoff, France.
Spotted this dragonfly sunning itself in the centre of Plymouth.
It was my first time on a ferry.
Let the holidays begin
Excellent place to eat crêpes (Breton/French pancake)
On a beach near Plozevet
Street musicians wearing traditional Breton blue and white striped shirts. It was said that this stripe allowed to locate more easily a man fallen into the sea.
Pont du Raz
Click to see the surfer dudes and dudettes in action.
Ponte de La Touche
Delicious home made food. This is a vegetable and tomato bake and chocolate cake with almonds made by of our wonderful host S.
Picnic on the beach, eating baguettes and Breton raspberry and prune gateaus