Joined December 2018
  • Day9

    Der große Fang / Le grand pecheur

    June 27 in France ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    For our last day in Crozon we planned a lot. Enjoyed a crèpes at the marché, went shopping for souvenirs and sadly had our last surf session among with kite surfers :/
    The last supper was served perfectly on our camping grill: Sea brasse, red snapper and creuvettes! Thumbs up to the Primus gas grill. As a famous poet once wrote: “Dekadenz ist da, um
    is zu leben.”
    After the delicious meal it was showtime. For our last evening we went on a hunt for fish again at the harbour in Morgat.
    Perfect conditions: Rising tide, sundown, almost no wind and little to no waves.
    A red wine sharpened our senses-here we go. First throw first hit! Crazy stoked like kids we shouted towards our first (decent big) fish on the hook.
    I was eager to put it off the hook. What do you think happened when you think about my glorious fishing skills?
    Right- I got cold feeted shouted to Lisa to grab the bucket and hand me the knife and flutsch- the fish got off the hook and fell through a gap of rocks. Lisa got furious and went back to the car to get the speargun in order to grab the lost fish :/
    Hunter mode went on throwin another hook into the water. Luck is with the dummies! Another one bit and I managed to grab it. Lisa arrived and was about to shout when I asked a local family in my best french: “Comment vouz fait le mort?”
    A local dad grabbed the fish and killed it relentlessly. After that it was Lisas turn.
    End of story, well you see it on the pics. Hell of a catch: 3 caught Makerels and 3 lost off the hook.
    What a result for our last night. Shout out to the Breizh locals <3
    PS: We both dreamed about fishing and my finger still smell like fish :)
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  • Day7

    Hiking to L‘Île Vierge

    June 25 in France ⋅ ☁️ 22 °C

    Finally Lisa got her vote to decide what to do this day. Hiking! So luckily when there are no waves and the sea at low tide I felt like going for a hike.
    One of the top activites and spots this region is known for is the L‘Ile Vierge. Many name it the Côte D‘Azur of Brittany. Germans compare it straight to the caribean- yeah right.
    Anyways beautifully to look at. Next time we‘ll rent out kayaks from Morgat harbour down the coast.
    Hiking starting point was from Morgat around Saint Hernot and back. Took us a couple of
    hours but definately worth visiting-n‘est-ce pas Lisa?
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  • Day6

    Hiking, snorkeling, surfing, fishing

    June 24 in France ⋅ ☀️ 24 °C

    South Finistere and the crozon national park offer a variety of activities to its visitors.
    If you forgot some stuff at home, many shops and vendours have quality equipment at reasonable prices. Check out Sport & Nature- the guy made us fishing kings. Until now the only thing we caught is a sunburn and algees >_<Read more

  • Day5

    Crozon Market & Pen Hir

    June 23 in France ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

    What do people expect of french village markets.“?
    Exactly un fest pour le Sinne and a cosy atmosphere. Crozon marché is open everyday with local shops offering finest a variety of fish, cheese, honey and many more <3

    After shopping we visited the north of the crozon peninsula with its small bays Pen Hir and Pen Hat. Definately check out the local bar/cafe Cafe Chez Mémé Germaine. If you want to know where Asterix and the Gallier hang out? This is da place!
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  • Day4

    La Palue here we come

    June 22 in France ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

    La Palue-Most famous beachbreak in the crozon peninsula.
    Finally parked in front of the beach along a crazy bumpy road. Drove 1k km to find a car from Aachen... Turned out its Tiago- a super close friend of a friend. Tió the world is super small!

    Waves were shit, too windy and choppy but hey: One wave is a wave more than in Deutschelànd!
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  • Day4

    Baie de Trespassé and our first fish

    June 22 in France ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

    Made a roadtrip south of Crozon peninsula to a beautiful bay. Finally got ourselves a place to fish. Turned out we fished a sunburn and killed our bait on a rock. Merde merde merde.
    Thanks god the super-ú has tons of fish.
    The day at La Palue, Lisa discovered her entfernter cousin from the Pfalz. 2 People in 2 days am arsch der welt. He invited us to have a barbecue at his place. Om nomnom!
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