Belambra Clubs - Les Criques
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... Art and I both got to drive it. It had a steering wheel. After that we looked around the shops and found a Rugby New Zealand shop. Then we had a stop at a Cafe then we went back on the ferry to Sainte Maxime.
When we got back we went to the beach. We all swam out to the pontoon and did bombs off it. It was boss. After our swim we had a siesta and went out for tea.
... the beach and all of us headed out to the pontoon and did bombs off it. I did my running session in the water because Dad said it was good for my legs and it massages your legs while you run in the water. It was hard, my legs were tired after that.
Back in the hotel we had a siesta and rested. Then went for an early tea to try and beat the crowds. We got home and packed before we went to bed as we have to be up early tomorrow to get to Cassis.
... seems to have freshly ironed their Ralph Lauren Polo shirts for their little morning expedition to the markets. The more I looked around they all looked like poster cut out versions of the adds you see in high end shops.
Perhaps I wasn't giving St Tropez a fair go as I was on a mission to watch the F1 qualifying and couldn't find any bars playing that either to took a tender boat back to the ship. It was a good qualifying session, but then I couldn't raise much ...
... the weather was clearing, the winds had really picked up. Frankly the thought of the ferry boat in these winds was not very pleasant…. Sorry I stopped taking my sea sickness pills! After some walking around La Seyne, we found the ferry boat stop (not very well marked) and within minutes we were on the ferry boat to Toulon. Thankfully the ride was pretty smooth even with the wind.
The ferry boat dropped us at the ...
... around very second corner there was a sign depicting "campervans prohibited"....
But, since we couldn't understand those signs, we pressed on and tried to have a look, but the further we went, the more obvious it became that we would only be courting disaster, so headed back to the top of the hill where we'd passed a nice looking camping ground on the way in.
We wheeled in there at about 13.10 and joined a queue of what became 6, only to find the sign on ...