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Travel Blogs from Martigues
We met Pierre Serra in Costa
Rica in 2003 and he told us about his organisation, BDSF (Baleines et Dauphins
Sans Frontieres) that takes tourists out into the French Mediterranean to see
the whales and dolphins there. We were due to take Alex and James on holiday so
thought that this might be something they would …
Se caísse em Marseille de para-quedas dificilmente iria imaginar que tinha aterrado em França. Excluindo as Igrejas e Catedrais mais parece uma cidade do Magrebe (sem sentido pejorativo). Conhecemos a cidade durante a tarde depois de termos passado a manhã na pacata cidade de Cezanne, Aix-en-provence. Durante a noite não arriscámos sair....
I haven't written in a while so I figured I would take some time today to tell you about what I've been up to for the past three weeks! The most exciting thing that I have done recently was going on a hike to what are called the "Calanques de Marseille". It is hard to put into words how breathtakingly beautiful this place is, so I definitely encourage you to Google it. Trust me, ...
... when their order is ready. I got a salame pizza, which
was absolutely delicious! After lunch we hiked up to Notre-Dame de la Garde, which is a church that was built on the highest natural point in Marseille. Although I had already been there once when I first arrived in Marseille, going
back on a clear day gave me a view of Marseille that took my breath away. Later that evening we went out to dinner and I was ...
... on the rebellious population rather out to sea.
Walking along the streets it was like a minefield of dog poo, had to keep our heads down to spot them. Watched the fish markets packing up for the day, after a good morning of trade. Went past a popular statue of a Greek Olympian being devoured by a Lion, his Olympic cup cast down.