Thursday, 20 June 2013
Daily Telegraph Where In The World? Competition
Near as I can figure it this time, the most likely answer, seems to me to be FRANCE
The shapes of the stones in the photograph on the Telegraph web site are very similar, if not identical to the stones in the Menec alignment, near the village of Carnac, which is in Brittany. Checking the satellite picture shows that there are rows of aligned objects, which could be stones, in the vicinity of the village. France is also known to have surly waiters (especially in Paris) and small dictators, emperors and presidents....
Link to the competition
Posted by The East Ender Himself at 05:22