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olds cannot keep them maintained anymore. Sad really. During the Genoese
occupation here, it was the wealthiest area of Corsica.
Tomorrow evening, we take the boat to Toulon and when we
wake, we will be in mainland Europe, ready for the next leg.
Au revoir to you all, lovely family and friends. Mor mor and
morpa, Clare and Graeme PS. Have had email hassles and cannot consistently send pictures now
... even though all the tickets are pre sold, and the chances of getting in were slim. Sure enough one ticketing man got a couple of the fellows who were leaving, to go back in and get a pass out, and then passed it onto John. He got in to see the last 7 wickets fall, and was still beaming when he met me later. Wish I had gone with him, as the shopping was unsuccessful. Still I had fun. I had to laugh at 3 Muslim women with full hadjibs, only the eyes showing, taking a ...
... got a nice butt too. For dinner we walked into the city and had a lovely meal at one of the cafes around the town square. The ice cream to finish was amazing. Just as well we had to walk back home, we ate so much. The nights are superb, it was still 27 degrees according to the pharmacy neon lights. I'm not sure whether it's the combination of swimming and sun, or the aftermath of the hike around Mont Blanc, but we are sleeping like logs. Monday ...
... we can see the odd fisherman casting his line from the rocks. The sunset lasts for so long that there is still some colour in the sky late into the evening and the bay has a unique azure and pink hue.
So we were already pretty happy with our lot and then we ventured further and found out there was more, so much more. I have always had a bit of fascination for the islands in this area but one of the main reasons I wanted to come to Corsica ...
... we drove 3000 miles and really saw a lot.
We walked around the downtown for a short time. We shared a panini sandwich and each had a beer. This town is very hilly. I felt really lazy today and just wanted to go back to the hotel and rest. I didn't sleep well last night. We got to Face Time with all our children and grandchildren—yeah!!
We inquired about where we ...