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Over 400km later, we arrived at our next overnight stop in La Ciotat. Was a newly built apartment over looking the port. We unpacked, jumped back in the car and grabbed some supplies from the Supermarket. Some clothes washing was on the agenda as well as something for dinner. We thought we would stay 'home' tonight so ...
... what do you expect, he is French"
Here's the really impressive thing, with limited English, he enquired whether Ches preferred floral, woody or fresh. Ches thought woody. He sprayed liberally onto a testing blotter, waved it vigorously and passed it to her to smell and explained the ingredients. To cut a long story short, and get to the funny bit quicker, he asked questions and narrowed it down to two other perfumes. From there he transferred ...
... 20. No beggars, no impromptu stalls, a few dogs but all of the spoilt variety, some of the handbag sort. Have not found any free wifi today, although I notice the yachts all seem to have their own, none open for me to use unfortunately. I survive the day of Italian, getting back to the boat after 5, but without all of my usual facts and figures and history. I picked up phrases of history but not enough to put the whole story together but I can ...
Bearing in mind we were getting a little tired and that the ship had encountered issues with one of its gangways being blocked by a concrete collard (thus limiting the options for getting off the ship down to one walkway and 1800 passengers wanting to get off), we welcomed our day with a somewhat hearty 'Bonjour'.
Today we toured a small part of the French Mediterranean and visit the gems that are Marseille and Aix-en-Provence.
While Marseille is a coastal ...
Partly sunny skies - high - 24 degrees C - sunrise : 07:30 - sunset : 19:23 Overnight we continued towards the French coastline and the port of Toulon. Around 05:30 we edged our way slowly to the pilot station and entered the Grand Rade Channel. We picked up our local pilot at 06:01 and made our way through the large harbour towards our berth. We swung the bow ...