This gastronomic tour of Brittany stops off for a crêpe in Renne and Oysters in Cancale and visits the historical walled city of St Malo. Then we wiz around the island of Providenciales, known locally as Provo in the Turks and Caicos Caribbean islands. With buggy racing on the beach and a spot of shopping for some very expensive wines.
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