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... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.
Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!
We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.
For dinner the ...
... ditched them both & was next to Gabe helping herself to his Legos, her older sister soon followed.
After dinner we went to an outdoor night market that was situated next to the water, it didn't have as much as the morning market, but it was nice to stroll around with the warm sea breeze. I don't want to get Gabe in trouble, but he was treated to the candy vendor & then hooked the floating whales for a toy. He's so sweet, walking out ...
... on the South coast of France, and have a beautiful spot on a campsite, literally 30 metres from the beach and the crystal clear water.
Overall, the trip has been amazing. There have been highs and lows, but on the whole we are super relaxed and happy and feel very at home in our little van, Apollo. We have slipped into a pretty good routine where we can transform the back of the van from daytime cooking and seating into the night-time sleeping setup in a ...
... I picked up some olives and a traditional chick pea tortilla, which is a Nicoise delicacy. They were so good! I sat on the beach to eat my snacks- it was perfect! I met a fellow backpacker in Antibes, a really awesome girl from Cornwall who came to Antibes to work on the yachts, sail around the world and save money for a house in England! We had lunch together and wandered around the tiny town for a while ...
After seeking breakfast in the beautiful town, we decided to do the riverside walk. There's lots more to do in this quaint town (a visit to the amphitheatre, for example) but time wasn't on our side to see everything of interest.
The riverside walk was remarkable and memorable. We set off on a clear, blue-skied morning with the sun shining bright and warm.
The river, called Les Doubs and nicknamed 'la boucle' (meaning 'the ...