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... just part of an urban conurbation right along the French coast. It is like driving around Mission Bay Auckland for a hundred kilometres. We stopped at St Aygulf for brunch and found a cafe literally on the beach - the long expanses of beach and people bathing continues. Even at 11am the beaches looked pretty full. Lunch was good and and substantial but not cheap and cost 37 euros. While there we used their wifi and booked a place in St Maxime that we'd ...
Just to introduce my next blog.
I have booked to fly out December 29th and return February 11th 2013.
This is a snippet I have carried around for a while now...
"To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - that is to have succeeded."
I could happily down tools now and say that I ...
... success story and the place stinks of money. After all, property apparently goes for something like $100000 a square foot. I overheard an American saying that. There's lots of preparation on the go for the grand prix (I don't follow motor racing so I trust there is one coming up soon!).
Nice is nice. :) The beach was humming and so were the street cafes. If there's ...
I think both Kai and Nicolas both have developed some pretty serious baguette addictions. Kai can eat his own weight in baguette as long as the bread is hot and fresh from the oven. On the last day of their visit, we ate five baguettes! A new record! We waited in the bakery for the last three to come out of the oven. They were too hot to hold at first but within a minute or two we were all in fresh bread heaven. ...
... Nice at this stage so our only option was to hop off at the next station and make our way back to Nice for one more night. To top off our mishap Tom left his sunnies on the train in our rush to get off. It was a good start to the day.
Things improved as we wandered around Antibes. It' an old fishing village with high, stone sea walls overlooking the Mediterranean. Evidently this is where the ...