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Tonight is the last night in Corsica. What a wonderful reunion (and introduction) it has been with the Angonno's. We were musing that none of us had much knowledge of Corsica and selected it as a destination somewhat on a whim. How fortunate our whims are so wise. This place is full of beautiful scenery and lovely people. ...
... and whole area when we arrived was very run down, and certainly not many places to eat. Amazingly there was a choice of 3 Japanese restaurants, so it was actually OK (the other choices weren't) but the theatre and concert were great - and people arrived from everywhere, probably by car? I have to hurry as we must go to breakfast, but concert great, and journey home easy and we got there before 11.30!! Quite an adventure out of our paris comfort zone, but ...
... and were pleasantly surprised by the size of our room. I had imagined that we would only be able to open one suitcase at a time but it is quite roomy. We headed off with our bag of laundry and a lovely girl at the laundromat helped us work the machines. Once the washing was on we set off for a cafe were we enjoyed people watching with wine and cheese. We met a young Aussie couple who are on their honeymoon. It was their first day also and they were enjoying ...
... I will always have that memory with her!! It's definitely something I will always remember!
My quote or inspiration for the day is this:
" Enjoy the little things in life, because one day you will look back, and realize they were the big things"
1. OM Kala Vide Namaha (the mantra of perfect timing)
2. OM Janaha (I express my uniqueness into the ...
... needed really. The first night camping was perhaps as expected certainly a bit cold and we didn’t get a great deal of sleep!
From Arras we headed further south to Paris and we were quickly getting used to the French roads, although it must be said that French drivers are very impatient; what would be an easy lane manoeuvre on an English motorway always turns out to be quite a battle in France.