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Good dinner was expensive but delicious room was good shower had no curtains pillows are nice
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... help' from Ben) and the others sliding.
We've had so much fun catching up with old friends. What an incredible place to live. Even the fact that the whole country seems to shut down from 12-2pm (lunch is extremely important) isn't enough to turn you off The French Rivera.
The French certainly reserve ...
... projects isn't helping.
Like all things in life, it isn't that straight forward and there are many sides to the story...
Volunteering was something I always had in the back of my mind but established organisations such as VSO, Red Cross etc tend to have a graduate only policy and as I come from a working class background at a time when university was not for us in general and definitely not for those females amongst us, I am not ...
... night. We end up at this cozy Tuscan Ristorante off the beaten path and we owned the entire joint. We were even greeted with lemoncello shots! Dee-Licious! We must have had about 6 courses of food, i lost track. I ate bruschetta, pizza, penne pasta, spaghetti, Italian sausage, chicken, salad, followed by a homemade cheesecake! Then a final lemoncello shot to conclude! We rolled ...
... from a fruit stand and then had a picnic on a bench by the sea. We then had to walk a great distance through the massive marina to get back to our hotel and beach. It has been nice today just kicking it and relaxing.
Tomorrow we head to a Chateau near Gap called Picomptal http://www.picomtal.fr/
I am looking forward to this, living like the aristocracies of olden days. I might even have a deja vu!
"Super"Yachting, Location: Antibes, South of franceit was dawning on us: we were living in a tent, in plus 30 degree heat, eating food cold from tins. we had to get jobs....fast. the daily grind of dock walking was too much for me, so dgreading, so depressing, so many 'no's'. i decided that the agencies would be my key to getting a job. After selling my soul to as many of them as I could handle i sat back and waited for the calls to come flooding in. And waited. Finally, ...