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Travel Blogs from Agay
... stuck behind a 5 year old who thought it would be funny to kick my seat and pull my hair...sweet kid. After a couple of death stares from me he got the picture and finally fell asleep which made the rest of the ride very smooth. We arrived in Nice at 8:45 in the morning and figured it wouldn't hurt to head to our hostel to see if we could drop our backpacks so we didn't have to lug them around all day. The guy ...
... We both took a dip that helped wash of the efforts of the morning as well as provide relief from the hot afternoon sun. For me it was then a couple of hours of watching Le Tour while Fiona went and bought a new pair of sandals. I'm not sure they are exactly what she went looking for, but they are very stylish.
We wandered out of the hotel at about 7:00pm and strolled back down to Old Nice looking for a restaurant recommended by Thelma. ...
The boys really wanted to visit Monaco while we are here- Daryl to see the famous Casino, and Harrison to see the Formula one Race track.
So we took a cab ( life is too short to wait for a bus with room for four Kiwis) to Monaco.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky and it was gorgeous looking out the window and down onto the French Riviera.
The water is so blue, and has many super yachts moored along the coastline in a steady stream from ...
... bus actually arrived! We came home to wake up the boys (they had a big night and didn't get in until 6am, crazy boys!) and to find out that they got caught in a massive storm (which Ange and I listened to and watched from the comfort of our bedroom that night) and Tobi had taken his passport out with him (rookie error) which is now completely water damaged, the photo is not visible anymore and its completely not passable.. Yip Tobi is stuck in france! ...
... with dark tinted windows, no doubt with some film stars in it.
As I was getting a bit "hot under the collar" kind of thing, and made the decision to get back home (Home being Agay) I had a ball riding through the bends, this time with very little traffic.
After putting the bike to bed, I went for lunch to a restaurant opposite the beach.
The dish on the table is called " Salade Campagnarde"