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... to help her by doing things throughout the day, only to discover that staying out of her way, is the perfect answer for help. By the time GT time rolled around, she couldn't take the time, because she had to repair one of Jacques' shirts. Jacques was gone -- he had to take Nelson to the Cat hotel, so his mess on the boat would have to wait until Marina could find a second to take care of it. It is now almost time for our repeat, last night dinner, at Le Caveau, and Marina ...
Working lunch deux. Iced coffee and tuna Nicoise. I met the owner, Lawrence, and he starts offering his recommendations to best explore Antibes. After a bit, he suggests he show me around since he grew up here, knows the secrets, and plus has a helmut that's just my size. I agree, and instantly decide to extend my time in Antibes by one day. Suddenly, in the middle of our conversation, a waiter rushes over ...
... After a nice rest, we started to get ready for our dinner in Monaco. According to Mr. Google, the trip to Monaco would take approximately 1 hour, so we left around 8pm for our 9pm reservations. Monaco is a sovereign city-statebordered by France on three sides, one side borders the Mediterranean Sea. It has an area of 0.78 sq mi and a population of 36,371, making Monaco the second smallest, and the most densely populated country in the world. Monaco is a ...
... as at home. Funny thing at the grotto,was the comment by the tour guide he was glad to see us after 300 primary aged school kids he had just led through the caves. Funnier still was Mum lined up with 10 tiny females at the loos being told go now before you get back on the bus. And she did. With a bit more time to spare we opened a guide book. It randomly fell open on a hill top town not far away called Gourdon. Plugging in the co-ordinates scot was heard to say " ...
... I have given some time to does something because of what I did or said, then I'll know. Perhaps I never will understand why. But whatever negatives I read about volunteering I know what I am doing and why. The people at Globalteer are stars, as are the staff at the projects they support. And I hope that if anyone reading this is thinking of volunteering that it will help them decide one way or the other. I'll get off the soap box now!
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