Saint Goueno Aire
That night however we stopped at Plemet
It proved to be a first for us at Plemet aire and not the place we had in mind, but better still! A great free aire, though with the annoying jetons to be purchased should we have wanted water. A very informal aire, and quiet while we were there, so no lining up like soldiers. We and our friends had prime spots and enjoyed eating outdoors between our vans overlooking the plan d’eau (the village lake). We got a walk in around it later that evening and then all were on board our van for hot chocolate before bedtime. Drinks are often, but not always, a BYO affair, and red wine on both vans is avoided, to save any embarrassing spills! If Michael or I spill our own red wine on our own van that’s our own problem, but I don’t want to feel upset or miffed with someone else leaving red wine stains on my beige upholstery!
Fortunately the weather is often good that we can share a bottle of red sat outside! It’s all too easy to knock things over in limited living spaces! – and certainly when extra bodies are on board!
(Sorry, no piccies!)
The following day we drove to Plessala. Now this looked familiar! Another good nights stop for future reference, with free stay and free water in this instance. The village campsite is below the aire and beyond one enjoys views of the Plan d’eau.
It was a wet day, so we parked up and had hot drinks on board chatting, the four of us.
From Plessala we drove (in rain!) to Jugons Les Lacs, another familiar place and just 25 minutes from Langourla, so somewhere we visited pretty often.
There’s a large lake at Jugon (indicated in the name!) and a pretty village, as well as a very nice campsite. We had stayed there 9 years ago in fact whilst house hunting!
We all walked around the village after our home made baguette sandwiches, and took a brief peep at the campsite along the lake, before saying goodbye. It has been a great few days spent with great friends. Hard to beat!