Hotel Le Cavendish
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... maybe 19 of this crossing in his repertoire of chartering his 20 + years with boats in Corsica. He has amazing abilities for one of 38 years of age.) Milenaseemed to be sunk into a pit of water, around 10 feet below all the waves around her between waves that were all around her. HUGE WAVES WERE FLYING TOTALLY OVER THE TOP OF MILENA, as she pitched from one side to the other, tossing us around, like feathers in the wind. LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH ...
... so got a good view on the little train. We then walked through the old part of town to the old fort on top of the hill.
We ventured through the food markets, this was amazing...they also sold flowers and was surprised to see how cheap they were here....bunch of 10 roses 8 euros..large bunches of mixed flowers 10 euros ...they were about a third of the price that we would pay in Aus.
Ventured into a hairdresser, to ask a price to get my ...
... Thank god the bar man said he wasn't doing it or you may have seen some embarrassing photos of a shot being taken in a dildo such format. Yep, that's when we knew it was time to go home. When I say, unfortunately exchanged numbers, it is because I still get the every now and again message from them asking to catch up. In fact, I'm still getting messages from one of the homeless guys from the Soup kitchen I volunteered at in March. He calls me krazy and still doesn't ...
... repeatedly, for about 20 miles. Yachts were parked in the calanques and people were swimming and jetskiing, despite the lack of population. I thought that it wouldn't be so bad a vacation to take a yacht from Saint-Tropez or Cannes and sleep in these calanques, away from the oppressive wealth of the Cote d'Azur.
We stopped for lunch at a small shack on top of one of these hills, and were served by an old woman who spoke decent English. When we asked her to ...
... few hands of 21 and walked away winners. It wasn't until we went into the Sun Casino at the Fairmont hotel to play ***** (since ***** wasn't unavailable at the main casino) that Monte Carlo had the last laugh. Later that evening we strolled back to our hotel and through the carnival, which surprisingly was the busiest area of the city. We stopped in the small neighborhood just below our hotel for dinner, a nicoise salad and of ...