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... from the 35 plus
temperatures. Since then we have continued on through the gorges to the west
coast, travelling through the beautifully scenic Castagniccian, chestnut
forested hills. In November the chestnuts are harvested to make flour. They
make very yummy crepes.
Throughout this area, there are many hilltop villages. which
are slowly being abandoned, as the young move to the mainland for ...
... there were many that were obviously being used as residences, and hadn't been moved in years. We had dinner at one of the local little pubs, and then headed to bed. It has been about 22/23 degrees today, which we have enjoyed after the heat and humidity of Corsica. Tomorrow we plan on heading to Camden market, getting a canal cruise boat back to Paddington, before heading to the airport for our flight home. Tuesday We're at the airport and all ready to fly home. There's ...
... got a nice butt too. For dinner we walked into the city and had a lovely meal at one of the cafes around the town square. The ice cream to finish was amazing. Just as well we had to walk back home, we ate so much. The nights are superb, it was still 27 degrees according to the pharmacy neon lights. I'm not sure whether it's the combination of swimming and sun, or the aftermath of the hike around Mont Blanc, but we are sleeping like logs. Monday ...
... you went off the edge it was a long way down. Some of the roads were situated up to 2000 metres above sea level and it wasn't like the other vehicles were keeping to their side of the road. It was a bit like the bravest wins and gets the right of way and sometimes there was no white line which just turned in to a free for all or figure it out for yourself, the only rule is there are no rules!
We found a great little restaurant high up in the ...
We had a short drive today—55 miles and 1 ½ hours from L'Ile Rousse to Bastia. Our Garmin took us through the desert. It was interesting. We also drove through the wine region that produces the Patrimonio wine. We had to stop and tast (and buy one bottle) at a family run vineyard.
We drove to the EuropCar station so we knew where it was and how to get there to return our car. ...