Croce di Malta
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... perfect framed vistas out to the sea below. We could have spent hours here taking pictures in the afternoon light but it was time to check into our apartment for the night just on the outskirts of the town.
We were met by a lovely man called Carlo and his shaggy dog who occupied a big orange house with a pine tree garden and terrace where we were promised we ...
... we could not get map, so we just winged it and I headed off in the wrong direction, luckily Tom had a little better sense directions and got us back on track.
The walk started with a series of ramp style paths, then into a path then stairs then a really rocky path then a combination of stairs and a rocky path, at this point I was really regretting my decision to wear jeans as it was quite warm it took us over an hour with a couple of photo graphic moments ...
... to find my way back but ended up running a good 6km or so. Spent the morning mucking around at the campsite waiting for a group to vacate the site that we had to move to for the night. Was a pretty easy move, literally picked up my tent and walked it over. In the arvo we caught the train to Monte Carlo. The train went through nice to get there and went along the beaches which all looked amazing. Some sandy and some rocky. Ridiculous amounts of boats anchored just out ...
... after that and we enjoyed the drive along the motorway that follows the Riviera - fantastic views of the Mediterranean and surrounding countryside. One last stop in Italy where we had possibly our last decent coffees for a week or so (the French just can't get it right) and I was sorely tempted to buy black spaghetti and pasta shaped into monuments. I had to resist but Lynne and I did manage to get the girls key-rings for their collections. Ampersand ...
... and the land crowded with apartments, hotels and villas. Then we started to climb and took many switchbacks to the Upper Corniche. At the top we view the peninsula St. jean Cap Ferrat. We could also see the second most expensive house in the world. One woman lives there. Twenty people maintain the house and grounds. The most expensive house in the world is in Mumbai, India. We drove to the perfume factory near Eze, Fragonard. ...