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... two up' game in Manly as part of their Anzac day celebrations. I hope they had a bet or two and enjoyed the spirit of the game. I eventually went back to sleep - luckily because we had a big day at work with only Viktoria and me (the newby) in to do the work that is normally done by 4 of us! (one girl has gone away to Tunisia for 10 days to meet her boyfriend to make a baby as this is the optimum time, the other head of department is on annual ...
... make my way up. Not only was the terrain unstable, but it was at a 45 degree incline for majority of the hike. After about 30 minutes, I stopped to drink some water. All of sudden, I realized I had come across something I hadn't experienced in awhile: pure silence. No planes, no cars, no trains, just birds, a nearby stream, and wind. It was so relaxing, that I sat down on a rock and just listened to the songs of the birds. I resumed the treacherous hike once again, and every time I ...
... unloaded, the waiting southbound vehicles could drive aboard. This is the main route to Corsica and Sardinia, we saw four loads leave and estimated the ferries carried at least 500 cars each as well as walk-on passengers. As Phillip keeps saying, "They know how to move people over here!" It was hot (35ish) and very humid on the coast, we hoped our long drive north would leave the sweaty weather ...
... just kidding boys! Once the communal sweet tooth had been satisfied, we walked back through the streets of Nice to "Les Mets de Provence," our restaurant for the evening. Another group of student travellers was leaving as we were entering; it seems that the spots that have fed us cater to many large school tour groups. Here we ate pork and rice and had a caramel dessert of some type. While we were eating, Manuel had a conversation with us as Anthony acted as ...
We weren't really in the best mood today due to the tour stuff up yesterday but we still managed to make the most out of our day.
So after filling up on a massive buffet we were ready for the tender transfer to Villefranche port.
(For anyone who doesn't know what a tender is; it's a small ferry-like boat used by large cruise liners that cannot dock in the ports to transport all the passengers).
Once in the port, a mere 15mins later, we ...
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