Sophie also had the idea that after our late lunch we could head over to one of those large clothes & shoe shops that serves both genders, and not the sort that would break the bank. I wasn’t that fussed but tried on some jeans and had some success. Sophie, on the other hand didn’t have the success she’d hoped for.
A couple of hours later we escaped, and after a very fleeting visit to Lidl, we nipped down the road to check out the St Suliac Christmas market. It was dark, raining, mobbed, no obvious parking, so we didn’t bother.
SatNav lady was determined to take us a dodgy route home, but with a bit of patience and initiative we got her on track. This was just as well because in poor driving conditions, reduced visibility, narrow unfamiliar roads, and everyone out tonight for some reason, Sophie was just beginning to lose her sense of humour. Fortunately, we’d just purchased Lidl’s excellently-priced gin, plus some tonic waters, so will be having a tasting shortly.
News from Condor is that our 19:30 boat tomorrow is still not yet confirmed as they continue to negotiate with the militant dockers, so our 2 day delay might even extend further, and so will provide more time for exploring.
Meanwhile we are enjoying another great overnight at our riverside Park4night at Saint Jouan des Guérets