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... was taking passengers back - this boat wasn't. We had seen a boat leave but it was for a totally different company. Obviously it didn't matter. The next boat wouldn't be in for another hour. We were a bit annoyed as we weren't told that it would be a different company boat. Well, we decided we may as well go for a swim here after all. A walk to the left of the harbour was a beach where most people were residing. It still didn't really have sand - just sawdust stuff and ...
... coffee. Lady came and talked about Camino. Gerry called. Dates no good. Having ton reorganise dates asked Leonie to come over. Went for walk to fronts saw PalaisbDesvFestivals where they hold all the Cannes Film festival. Looked at boats and walked along wall. Watched ll the beautiful and famous people go onto the pier for the Yacht awards. Walked back to hotel through little lanes filledvwithbrestaurants. Lovely ...
Looking to escape a little of the crowd in Nice we headed to Antibes for some sandy beaches. Walking from the hotel to the bus stop we bought croissants at the same bakery as yesterday. We also bought bananas out the outside market. Feeling more confident that we would find the right bus stop we headed to town. The trial today was the 20 minutes we waited for the bus driver to finish her smoke before crowding the tourists into her bus. We've decided ...
Perfect day for a trip to Monte Carlo - the sun was shining and the water was looking magnificent again. After a slowish start and a couple of Griswald moments (flooded bathroom & locked wardrobe doors :/) we set off down the hill for the station. The train was not as plush as the TGV but the scenery along the coast was absolutely superb! It only took about 20 mins to get there and we emerged from the subway to find ourselves right in front of the ...
... to November, they suggested that I'd be better to find work elsewhere and come back to the boats next European summer (my initial thoughts anyway!!).
I caught up for a drink with a kiwi mate of Meg's that was also working on the boats. His name is Matt Ward and he used to work for ZM in Auckland. He is a great guy, and it was nice just to chill out and speak english! I somehow managed to get lost twice in one day.. once when walking ...