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I probably should have mentioned in the last post that we've been away for a month now. I have to say Liam and Isobel are coping so well - I'm very proud of them. Ok, back to what we've been up to!! Yesterday after a lovely petit de jeneur (continental breakfast) on our hotel terrace (unbelievable croissant) we checked out a couple of the local beaches and chose Gigaro, mainly because of the wind direction. We headed ...
... but we quickly got used to it and swam to the middle where there was a rocky area people could stand on. The view from the rocks was incredible! Like nothing I've ever seen before. After about 5 hours at the beach Val and I went out to eat dinner which wasn't that fantastic. My calzone was almost empty and her steak was way overdone. At least the dough of my calzone was delicious and fresh! It's interesting because since I've been in Europe every time ...
... and a new road was constructed over the summit. The re-opened tunnel is a single lane controlled by traffic lights, which are among the highest such installations in Europe.
Our new Peugeot 1.4l turbo Diesel is quite lively and runs on a smelly rag. We used 22lit for 477 km or 4.6l / 100km.
Leaving Brianšon the next day, we travelled ...
... person arranging themselves for a day at the beach.
We lazed around on our towels for a little while, then had a shower, got dressed and went for a wander around town.
They had an interesting little market down near the harbour with some genuine antique type merchandise. Julet took an interest in a particular watch (montre) but the bloke wanted 40 euros for it and I was reluctant to fork out ...
... and balanced over the rocks into the water. We did not have that much time as the last boat to shore leaves at seven, so we snorkeled for a short bit. We did see some little fishes, mostly breams. We were just in time to head back on the last ferry, leaving the island behind us in the golden light of the afternoon sun.
Before dinner we headed back to the apartment to freshen up and get the salt out of ...
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