Belambra Clubs - Les Criques
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... since Today we travelled a short way by bus to the local beach. Very nice beaches full of families with restuarants right on the sand. Just a pity that woman here in France are not very modest especially with this being the more family friendly area. Anyway one of the boys (unnamed) made sure his thoughts were known - I wonder if he will feel the same in a few years time! The water was warm although not as warn as Greece. After our swim we headed back to town ...
... diverge again.
Bardol is even more popular than Sanary. It's really hot and the pocket-sized beaches are crowded. Still, the water looks so inviting we take the opportunity to act like locals and paddle in the clear Mediterranean. It's tempting to just stay here forever with the tepid water swirling around our ankles, but then we'd miss tonight's concert at the ship. It features a guy who pretends to be Michael Buble. ...
... far to walk (never mind that a month later we would walk 30 kilometres in Paris in one day, without complaint). There was also a ferry service from our ship to the Toulon port for a twenty euros - which, again for some unknown reason, we decided was too expensive. We decided, instead, to make the most of this pretty little town and left the ship at about 9 am.
Approximately 150 minutes later we were back on board the ship.
I'm not saying ...
Travelling certainly broadens the horizons - a few days ago we found out that McDonalds doesn't open for breakfast in France. Whatever next?
Phoebe is continuing to develop her 'personality' which is unfortunately often characterised by being stroppy and wanting her own way (whatever that is - often we're not sure and nor is she). Luckily she enjoys having a good explore around when we stop somewhere new and has been ...
... second more is a point and every second less counts for 2 points!
We are given very attractive hair-nets (not sure if they are to protect us or the helmets) and very heavy helmets and we are given the green light. We enter the track from the pit lane. I admit i look over my left shoulder to check that I am not going straight into the path of another car, but I am all alone!
At first I could not make out where the track was - well I knew ...