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... my reading glasses when I go shopping. But hey, with age comes wisdom, the only upside. Back on the bus at 200pm as ship up and away at 430pm.
Off to Rome tomorrow and going to take a look at the port side town which I cannot spell nor pronounce. Getting to Rome is quite difficult from the port so giving it a miss this time xx
No hurry to go ashore, must have been around 11am. Tendered in the lifeboats today. Caught the tourist bus, again excellent value for 1.5hrs, €10ea. The commentary was not very informative, brief, and hard to hear, but the sights, the BEACHES, were gorgeous. The cemetery was something else entirely, 45,000 graves - we thought it smelt too! Sort of road killish and when we came back around past it again, ...
... the Captain set off after lunch about 1.30 and we travelled 2 hours south down the coast heading towards Sardinia and pulled up in a picturesque little bay called Belvedere Campomor, to stay the night on anchor. It was a very smooth run, the boat handled it well.
The temperature is during the day would have been about 33deg, so it was bathers on and in for a swim. Water temp about 25deg.
Left the Port of Propriano at 11am and sailed North up the coast of Corsico (still French )
and anchored on the way up to stop for a swim and lunch.
Beautiful water for swimming and very relaxing. No skiing though not today!!!
Sailed for about an hour and Arrived in the city of Ajaccio at 6pm.
Tonight was the night we would take the crew out to dinner. They have looked after us ...
... vanilla custard. I have no room left for this bountiful fare! Then, suitcase out of the room by 11:00pm and sweet dreams until the morning when we leave this magnificent 6 star floating hotel. I could never have imagined just how amazing this cruise has been - in every way! It has been way way over the top and I am so grateful to John and Melinda for their invitation to join them on this trip. Thank you Lord (and J & M) ...