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... by huge plane trees, with a fairly unusual layout for waste disposal. But we had a lovel time in the area and stayed a day longer do that we could do a factory tour of L'Occitaine. Just like the body shop. They also claimed that nothing was tested on animals. I can understand why their products are so expensive, as they do quite small batches. I must admit to not being over impressed with their products. We had to slot in between Japanese and Taiwanese ...
... thing in Jacques bag,meh takes it out... So his bag is losing ground rapidly. The salon has become the sorting and folding room. The little cabin, has clothes drying, and Jacques suitcase, until he moves it. The forward cabin houses Marina's stuff. It took her most of the day to find and sort out Jacques clothes. A couple of hours ago, he came into the salon, looked in his bag, and took a couple of things out, while Marina was not looking. ...
... fixed the photos from yesterday for those who want to see our cliff top. An addition to today's blog..... We have just been to pool in camp and have discovered that French regulations demands everyone to be wearing swim suits which for men means no swim shorts as we know them, hence can only wear speedo shorts aka budgie smugglers. Mmmmm neither Riley nor Chris have these so no swim but we can buy them some for 10€ each..... Watch this space for tomorrow's ...
I'm no longer in the land of black hair, squinted eyes, and streets stalls lining the beep beep honk tuck tuck, Namaste streets of raw life. I'm now in the land of colored hair, tall, short, tapas, cobble stoned streets, marinas filled with richly fed yachties, polo shirts, khakis, sangria, and non-humidic sunshine. The life here is sprinkled with waves of flowing content Spanish lived culture. You sleep late, work late, go out late, ...
... justified. The village has been painstakingly restored and maintained and the locals have managed to integrate (and somehow tolerate) the tourism aspect without detracting from the local charm.
I decided that I enjoyed Saint Paul so much that I decided to stay longer and not to go onto Gorbio which was on my initial itinerary. I might do that this morning on my way to Aix-en-Provence, my ...
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