I arrived in Baden (near Vannes) yesterday at my uncle and aunty’s where the sun and an amazing lunch in the garden were waiting for me!! Big Up from the family!
As it rained all day today, I decided to be wise (yes at 30 I am definitely wiser than at 20 in some areas!) and stayed in rather than out and had a logistic day! So I mapped my way down to the Bask Country (itinerary to follow in the next post), fueled up in food and washed all my clothes!!! YES I will now be back on the road smelling like a flower 🙂 In exchange of staying in today, I will get up earlier tomorrow and cycle for longer! Monday, back to business! 🙂
Je me suis dit aussi qu’il était temps de partager quelques astuces à la Coco 😉 Certains se demandent sûrement qu’est ce que j’ai bien pu mettre dans mes sacoches?! Ou bien qu’est ce que peux bien manger sur la route?! Et bien voilà quelques éléments de réponses en photo!!
I thought it was about time for me to share some inner tips … You must be wondering what the hell does she put in those bags or what the hell does she eat on the road?!! So here are some indications of what the answers are 🙂
You’ll see that as I only feed Spike with organic healthy frogs’ legs, I also feed myself with organic beauty! I’ve been told that to perform well the body needs good fuel so good organic food is my way! So far so good 🙂 although it’s hard to resist yummy local food such as Kouign-amann… Recipe shared!
Je quitte donc la Bretagne demain matin, doucement je pédalerai vers la Loire-Atlantique… En breton, je dirais donc Kenavo Breizh, au revoir et merci Bretagne, bretons et bretonnes pour cette magnifique traversée, riche en paysages, nourritures et rencontres! Tomorrow I’ll slowly be leaving Britanny and I must say I’ve loved cycling here! Landscapes have blown my eyes away and people have been super friendly! Not to forget the best crepes ever (« galettes »)! It’s only a goodbye for now! A few more photos before leaving…
How did this got here?! Brits love Brittany 😉