Breton Stone

Our e-bikes were an absolute godsend on our French holiday. They allowed us to whizz around coast and countryside taking in all the sides. The other day I wrote about the granite cliffs near our campsite. Today I thought that…

Lafuma Recliner

Today I’m going to talk about one of my favourite possessions that’s stood the test of time. Here it is on a previous Breton holiday. Louis camped with a friend on the very same pitch that we’re on now. It…

A Theatre For Dreamers

My bookworm mojo may be re-established. Perhaps the HRT is working and is starting to restore my concentration. I’ve read a book again and it took just over a week. Well actually I’ve read two in a couple of months…

Le Singe Est Dans L’Arbre

Can I recommend Le Ranolien a campsite that I’ve stayed on many times? Perhaps eight. It’s a beautifully resourced site in a wonderful location just a stone’s throw from the sea in the North Breton coast. There are lovely restaurants,…

Pink Granite Coast

The Pink Granite Coast has to be one of my favourite places for a stroll of fair to middling difficulty on my Breton holidays. It’s the old coastguard path between the pretty village of Ploumanac’h to Tregastel beach in Perros…

The Big Plastic Count

Here’s food for thought, a poster that I saw on the French coast path. I thought that it would do to illustrate today’s post. It shows how long different types of rubbish take to degrade. Now I’m all for taking…