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... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.
Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!
We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.
For dinner the ...
... out on the terrace in the warm sun, watching the locals & taking in the beautiful scenery.
Across the street there was a Thursday morning market going on, so Jackie & I tootled over to it. Jackpot, there was a tablecloth vendor, which I could not pass up, plus tableclothes pack well! We strolled around the market for a few minutes & then headed to Geant, a super duper large Walmart type of store with absolutely everything ~ it ...
... we were at anchor during the day, we didn't get to explore. I saw Andy briefly on his tender, which was a cool surprise! We still got the chance to get off the boat at night, as the guests would always go partying after dinner. Joe, the chef and I became really close in this time.. We were each other's only support.
I took log of our sleep, 32 hours in 8 days... The thing is on this boat, there is no rotation. The stew (and captain) are the ...
... we were a week too early for this. I can imagine the atmosphere for the festival is fantastic and I would definitely head back here - when not on a budget!
We headed on to Nice and by this time it was to try and find somewhere to stay - easier said then done! After a pretty stressful few hours of traffic and indecisiveness we ended up at a campsite in..? I use the word campsite loosely. It wasn’t cheap, approx £35 for the night and bearing ...
... clear - please leave, plebs, you are not spending enough! No problem mate, we know when we're not wanted. :-)
After leaving the café a little bit piqued, we walked along the sea-front and our attention was caught by a French gendarme stopping the traffic occasionally and strutting up and down, full of his own importance. However, as we watched him more closely it seemed evident all was not as it should have been - he was shadowing ...