Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Beach
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Today we were going to visit St Marguerite Island. Eli was hoping to do some snorkelling but it didn't seem to be a big thing over here. Eli and I went for a walk to the Office of Tourism to find out what we could do on the island and where we could hire snorkelling gear. It was mid morning by the time we went out and we had forgotten to bring sunnies which we greatly regretted. It was so hot and sunny outside already and we had to squint all the way there and all the way ...
... renamed the Musée de la Mer (Museum of the Sea). This museum also houses archaeological discoveries from shipwrecks off the coast of the island, including Roman and Saracen ceramics. Ile St Honorat (St Honorat Island) Cistercian monks are the only inhabitants of the smaller, southern St Honorat Island. Monks have inhabited the island more or less continuously since AD410 and, at the height of their powers, owned Cannes, Mougins and Vallauris, plus Seborga, en ...
... sell their wares on the pavement before disappearing in the blink of an eye as word quickly spreads about an impending police drive by!
Tuesday saw us exploring the treasurers of Old Nice - the very old buildings with their rusted wrought iron balustrades, blue or wooden window louvres and ornate solid wooden doors (you could seriously devote a book in detail to the front doors on some of the buildings here - they are beautiful!). Then there ...
... 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 ...
... Palace, this guard would have a particular march back and forth in front of the main entrance. He was holding a massive shotgun with a knife at the end, seemed a bit extreme for Monaco. At the top of the hill where the Palace was located had some great views of the harbor and the mountains. This country was very beautiful. Walked through some pretty gardens and found a section full of Australian native trees. Next destination... ...