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Another amazing day plan of the day off to Cannes for a swim, I away for run no crampons needed on track I found Off at 9 15am all togs packed (all 8 of us in VW ) all going well till road works in middle of Cannes .(traffic jam )finally arrived and wow all the big boats but the beach what a sight rows of chairs and sun umbrellas Lot of the hotels had their own plus restaurant ,€50 for front row €25 for other rows Then ...
After breakfast we left Cassis and took the beautiful coast road. On the way we stopped a few times to see the views and to eat something. At around 2 we got to Port-Grimaud where we chose a camping practically on the beach and we quickly installed ourselves and went to spend the rest of the afternoon on the beach. Finally the water was warm enough and we went for a good swim and than read ...
... we meandered back, and David took me on a little tour of Port-Grimaud while still on the Wahoo.. heading up all the little canals.. it’s kind of how I envisaged Venice to be- but it’s salt water! I have decided I REALLY like Port-Grimaud and I will definitely be back.. and maybe if I win lotto I can spend the 1.5million it costs for a 2 bedroom villa that backs onto the Port!! Haha.
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... as it was extremely hot but it was funny to see everyone wearing only this colour (I guess we didn’t get the memo on what we should be wearing when going to Saint-Tropez). I didn’t really find Saint-Tropez that appealing. I could see the attraction if you are a boater – pulling up your boat right into town, getting off and having a wealth of high-end shops and restaurants at your disposal. However looking at the crowds and the tiny ...
... evening. We are truly lucky to be here and share this wonderful experience.
So to the poignant bit, sixty eight years ago today thousands of young men left their families and gave their all so that we could have days like today. It might sound melodramatic but without that sacrifice we could not be here right now enjoying all the things we have enjoyed and telling you all about it. “Thank you” seems inadequate but just about appropriate.