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... across the horizon to squeals of delight and encouragement for greater speed, copious rosé, mouth watering seafood followed by delectable desserts, cracking vistas across land and sea, reminiscing of days gone by, lots of laughs and lots of love. And a play list that could rival Paris Hilton … wait a minute … ( inside joke).
For all of us it was a great taste of what is to come when we return to Sydney early next ...
... we've decided to stay put and undertake some chores
etc. A number of boats have re-anchored and we think we may have dragged up to 10 meters with the strong winds. There's quite a bit of weed on the bottom. Kept an eye out most of the day and feel quite comfortable that we are well dug in as are the boats around us.
Monday 17 August
Left the anchorage quite early and headed east along the ...
... due to being at sea. The iPad is good for info on where we are going. The other cruises we have been on have been much more informative of independent exploration of a port and its area. Also it is sometimes possible to book private tours a lot cheaper than the ship offers. Managed 1/2hr on our deck then back up to the sunset bar to sail away at 5pm. It's a very very busy life on board ship!!! Just as well there ...
... boy today!!!
The city not only encloses the entire harbour but takes up the better part of the Gulf of Ajaccio, which is the largest gulf in the world.
Over 65000 population over the entire area. This city is the birthplace of Napoleon in 1769 who became the French Emperor in 1804 and spread Revolution through Europe and in 1811 made Ajaccio the capital in Corsica.
While we were ...
... Another quaint town, and very commercialised with lots and lots of cafe's, restaurants and shops, boutiques. There was a huge Ferry as big almost as a cruise ship pulled in from Monaco ( we think) carrying passengers and their cars to the Island for their holiday break.
Monday 3rd August
Went walking at 7am as usual, it's usually very quite in the morning, as last night we were serenaded by a band not far away ...