Hotel Du Roc
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... bet with Max that he wouldn't dive into the water for five euros but he did so i lost my bet :(. We headed back into the town to look into white water rafting and similar activities before going back to the campervan, getting changed and going back into the town AGAIN to have something to eat. We had pizza and crepes and as we left the restaurant, there was a french band playing some music so we stood and listened for a while before heading back to go to ...
... mountains in bright sunshine. Still on the D85 heading For Gap, then Sisteron and hopefully Castellane.
Most of these photos were taken from the moving MH so may be a bit blurred, ...
... despite rain jackets and the shopping bags all full of water. Clothes off and heating on and we tried to dry out. The boys spirits imporved once I organised some wi-fi (very very fast and cheap) and using the laptop I managed to get Serena up and going again. Eventually by late afternoon the rain eased but we decided that enough was enough - tomorrow we would find some sun.
Fri 3rd August
A day in Antibes
Met Greg & Helen at the Antibes Railway Station and spent the day wandering Antibes, leisurely lunch & exploring ...
... but under shade of an oak tree as it was boiling hot too hot to walk on the beach and too rocky.
The most amazing part of the journey was the Pont de l’Artuby, not for the bridge itself which is interesting as far as bridges go, but for the bungee-jumping from it 182m into the narrow gorge below. Apparently the highest bridge in Europe for bungee jumping, I had to hold Colin back from having ...
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