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Travel Blogs from San Bartolomeo al Mare
Last day and Chrissi packs while I run up town to do a few last minute things ...i walk her to the bus to farewell my fello traveller ...she's off to Barcelona ...then Paris ...go girl !! Then... It's just me ...I cruise the streets of Juan Les Pins for one last time before I leave tomorrow ...lunch could be in order ...oh duck breast ...gotta say ...big ducks ...
... sausage salad for tonight and a melon for desert! We headed back got showers... We tried the other block this time the water came out hot all for 15 seconds and then went cold, still a con but we didn't mind as the nice cool shower was quite refreshing. Nice dinner, nicer beer no sunburn and the deet has been applied generously. Off to the cote d'azur tomoz not sure where but defo up for some more beach action! Night all ...
... swim caps... There's no chance of that with the sea 700m away so will not be making the most if the pool at this place... We got set up and decided that we'd get showered and then sort out what we were going to have for dinner, options are pretty slim as its a Sunday and no shops are open, well the €1 shower tokens we bought for hot showers were an absolute con, token in machines and nothing happened for either of us so it was cold showers ...
... but the French just dish-up what they want, and say "Eat it, you peasant"! I'm not sure if I said how amazingly beautiful is the road-trip along this stretch of coast, but it is fantastic! But, you really need to drive it several times to even slightly appreciate it, because, the road is so precarious, the traffic so intense, that you cannot absorb a fraction of the scene without dying.... The motor-cyclists and scooters just amaze me..... They are absolute ...
... SMALL. Three-three-three, and we had a (thankfully) small man in the window seat in our row. Naturally, we not only had children (I’ve never been on a flight with so many young children) directly behind us, but I had the seat kicker. I was able to remain patient with the
hope that she would fall asleep, which I’m happy to say she did. All of the on-board “entertainment” was in French and displayed on monitors (nothing as up-to-date as seatback, ...
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