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... bigger problem was now how to strap Jess' backpack, and she couldn't wear it because of the way I'd packed the bike had left no room for that. I told Jess to wait at the hostel, and I went looking for rope in an unfamiliar city. I used Google Maps to search for "hardware store", which directed me to a shop that was neither hardware, nor open - two requisites for buying rope. I rushed pretty much aimlessly past food outlets and ...
... reading that this was one of the recommended places to buy 'socca’, a local favourite - a kind of chickpea flour pancake with lots of pepper. It took a while to get my ‘socca’, as the place was busy, but it was certainly worth the wait. I was hooked.
After a coffee, I crossed the street and began my walk up the Rampe Majeur to Monaco-Ville, or the Rock, to see the Palace. The area around the Palace was quite a surprise. It was busy with many ...
... so many beautiful places to see and not enough time Our next adventure was a visit to a perfumery .. Very sensitive trip one the men seemed to enjoy as much as us women. And the scenery on the drive .... Fantastic. A glimpse of Elton Johns home , U2 's piece if paradise, Tina Turner and Errol Flynns homes. We were in good company Dnner in the most amazing spot up above the coast once again great ...
... torrential rain storm. Once we had had driven through this the temperature steadily rose to 28 Celsius on our arrival at Monte Carlo at 7pm. We checked-in at The Fairmont Hotel for a 4 night stay, the car was whisked away and all the bags promptly delivered to a nice sea view room. Heidi was very excited as she is a regular visitor and seems truly qualified as ...
... in my class talk incessantly, even when the teacher is speaking. Even during the test today they were whispering. The teachers do say things but ultimately the kids aren't getting graded exactly so they don't take it as seriously. Of course many of them are here for a few months so they have a lot of time to learn the language as well. The kids are always on their phones Facebooking during class (Twitter hasn't caught on yet). So when the ...