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... he was from Australia too. She said that she was our mothers age and she felt she needed to tell us not to waste our money. We got talking about our future prospects for uni and careers, when I came to me she said that nursing was the wort idea possible... Thanks ! She said I should go into podiatry or speech therapy. She apparently wanted me to die of boredom in my twenties :). We hit the pokies now and meg, Todd and jake lost there €5. BUT I put ...
originally intended to keep this more up to date but it's difficult as the days
and evenings go by so quickly. I'm getting used to the routine which although
makes me feel like a robot, it makes it easier to settle in. I've been out a
couple of times at the weekends which is a nice break from the working week,
but in the week days there is no chance I could go out..a far cry from
University where we go whether or not we have a lecture at 9am!
... As always, the venerable Colombe d’Or restaurant, which guarded the entrance to the village, was surrounded, like a swarm of black flies, by Mercedes, BMWs and Jaguars. The Colombe is stuffed with original art by the likes of Picasso and Matisse—in the 1920’s and 30’s these unknown and impoverished artists stayed at the hotel and the prescient owner accepted their painting as payment in lieu of cash.
Then we walked past the ...
... the general melee of a weekend in Cannes La Bocca. Bizarrely, our favoured spot in the shade of two palm trees was completely free. How can this be? Are they such sun worshippers that any shade is spurned as being weak and beneath them? Who cares? We pitched our camp and sat down.
This afternoon Anne came for a swim and joined the (very dangerous) pier jumping activity, causing both disquiet and amusement amongst the kids. I took up position basking in the ...
... clutching bike helmets and back pack! To avoid a scene from Pretty woman we decided to just window shop! We locked up our bikes at the foot of the old town and climbed the winding alleyways and stairs up to the castle. From here there was a fantastic view over Cannes and the harbour, so we found a shady bench to perch on and munch our baguettes. Hunger relieved we explored some more of the old ...