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... French cooking. I eventually dragged Stuart away from the market and we hopped on a tour bus for a one and a half hour tour, which took us on a drive along the coast and its many beautiful beaches. Opposite the beaches beautiful villas sat perched on the rock face commanding excellent views of the sea and marine traffic. When the tour was over we wandered though the town soaking up it's history and atmosphere and many a statue of ...
... went for a long walk on the city Corso and browsed the local market selling all sorts of antiques and not so antique things.
Boarded the ferry on time at "pm and headed home to Toulon to the sound of a pianist playing the Titanic theme from Celine Dion... not encouraging but no iceberg except in our drinks...
What a beautiful trip, going back next time to do the northern part (Cap Corse and Bastia region plus the centre)
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... eine Statue nach der anderen.
Die Einkaufsstraße ist schön gemacht, kleine Läden an netten Cafés und Minibäckerein mit leckeren Zwiebeltörtchen... und auch die paar Meter Strand bescheren uns einen tollen halben Tag auf der Insel.
... well as a French couple whose daughter is in Melbourne.
21st June, breakfast at 8am in the Inn, graprefruit, croissants, baguette, jam and coffee and off we went.
We decided to take a short trip in the Gorges of Restonica, leading to 2 lakes but not enough times for the 1 and 1/2 hour walk. Beautiful scenery, stopped quickly by the river.
... fire and warn the next town of enemy presence. Some eighty towers around Corsica and every one would be warned within an hour.
Swim at the nearby beach
17th June; left at 9am for the marine and national park reserve of Scandola, visit of the fishing village of Girolata, only accessible by sea or goat track.
Back for another salad and a swim and at 6pm back on board for the Callanques du Piana.