Ouistreham (B&W)


Ouistreham, from “oyster” and “ham”, Saxon for “village”. There are no more oysters but there are still a lot of (anglo)saxons around there nowadays. They come from Portsmouth via Brittany Ferries (below), a company founded by a Breton gentleman by the name of Gourvennec (yet, not a relative of mine unfortunately).


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