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A bit of a laid back day today. Took an early train to Cannes to have a look around, only spent the morning there though. Took a few photos then returned to camp for a restful afternoon. We have enjoyed staying here, the facilities at the camp are excellent, very clean, a little noisy but it is a very big camp so you would expect that. It has a great restaurant, mini market and best of all believe it or ...
... have to get checked-in (which is free of charge), but on the other side of security we see several families with their strollers, what gives? The flight is delayed 35 minutes, but other than that, its an uneventful arrival in Paris. French people are hit or miss on rude or kind, about every other one is a total ass, and the next is a sweetheart. The train from the airport starts off empty but is bursting at the seams after a couple of ...
... mains I had the cod with five vegetables, and that is exactly what I got (1 carrot, 1 potato, 1 baby fennel, 1 baby courgette, and one floret of cauliflower). A delicious clean meal until they give you a whole gravy boat full of aioli. Allan had the game hen with chipotle sausage. The sausage was placed rather naughtily I thought. This morning went for our walk followed by coffee around the ...
... br> After power walking to the gate I get there just in time, get through, board the plane then it hits me.....BAM, what am I am doing!? This really is it. As much I make a joke about being unemployed and homeless, suddenly I don't find it funny anymore! Standing here I feel totally alone, lost and utterly vunerable. I realise I'm shaking, I can feel my heart beating like an elephant stomping through my rib cage. Turns out I must have some tears left as I can feel my eyes glaze over ...
... a lot of restaurants built right up the water. You can eat with your feet in the sand, or like we did, on a small pier over the water. This was one occasion when I felt the benefit of it being low season. The walkway was relatively quiet. The restaurants were full but not overly so. And it was mostly local families with their kids running by in swimsuits, snatching a kiss and some pomme frites on their way to play in the water with their friends. The waitress was sweet, the ...
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