Friday, 19 September 2014

France (Part 1)

Happy Friday! How about going to France for tonight? I wanted to share with you the great holiday in the north of France I had with my family back in August. So here's part 1! Enjoy :)




First thing first, we decided to explore the surroundings of the camp site we were staying at, and we even managed to grab a sight of the impressive Mont St Michel (Yep, that's it, the tiny silhouette in the previous photo).








I've never seen this part of France before, and I have to say, some of the views were absolutely breathtaking! During this day, we explored two areas: Cancale, cute little town that made its success with the delicious oysters people have been cultivating, and La Pointe du Grouin, where the sea was really clear and the cliffs really sharp.





The day after, we enjoyed going around Les Rochers Sculptés in Rothéneuf, where in the ninetinth century, a priest who lost his sense of hearing decided he would spend the rest of his life sculpting the rocks close to where he lived. Impressive!

I shall show you the next part really soon ;)

Enjoy your weekend!

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