.So lets continue wandering along the Breton coast. Look! More pretty flowers.
A Breton beach somewhere - Morgat I believe...
Only in France will they serve you espresso and macarons at McDonald's.
Me again, with the whole dark glasses and glamour thing going on. Unfortunately no glass of wine to raise to your health - I had drunk it by then. Draining glasses of wine is a talent of mine. They're there then, poof, they're gone.
Some buildings in Morgat.
On another beach. There were all those weird sand worms all over the place. I've never seen anything like it... (Edit: actually I just call them sand worms cause they look all wormy. However, they are just little swirls/squiggles of sand. I have no idea how they're formed or what they are...Maybe I should call 'em sand spaghetti?)
An anonymous church in an anonymous village somewhere along the road...
The door on this place? It was about as tall as I was. Very very strange door.
The church spire in Roskoff. This is the city where the ferries arrive from England and Ireland.
Who knew artichokes didn't actually grow in supermarkets? I had never seen an artichoke as a... well plant...
More old stones in Roscoff for Violet Sky. I admit to cropping the first couple of pics (and the last one in order to get rid of a bunch of random tourists. They were all over the place.
And thus ends Brittany, next up a medieval castle in Normandy - Nogent Le Routrou....