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Finally. The ocean. Corsica's beautiful northern turquoise abyss provided soothing balm to the soul. Tears were shed as we wandered into the ocean, creating solace amidst the chaos, bringing light to dark. I had mournfully ached for the ocean amidst those mountains for the past six months. I loved those peaks, I stared in awe every day at the ever changing vista from our living room ...
... the forest gorges
to Evisa, famed for its chestnut forests and on to Cortes, in the central
mountain area. We camped at the foot of Gorge Restonica, but were unable to
take the van up the gorge, as it is too big, and the heat was so excessive,
walking to the lakes was out of the question for us. You know what they say
about ‘Mad dogs and Englishmen’! There
were a lot of walkers however, who ...
... ve been to London a few times before, we hadn't been there before. What an incredible place, it went for miles, along side streets, in alleys, old stables, up stairs, downstairs, passages etc. there were lots of stalls selling clothes, t shirts, Persian rugs, jewellery, paintings, as well as every conceivable cuisine. The food choices for lunch were unbelievable, with many stalls giving small free samples to help make up your mind. We had some chicken masala in naan bread ...
... even though all the windows were down. Ille Rousse was a lovely little town, with beautiful sandy beaches, and Aqua marine crystal clear water, typical of the Mediterranean. We spent most of the time at the beach, along with most of the others there, but it didn't seem crowded at all. The trip back on the train, was just as crowded, though we were lucky enough to have seats both ways. A variety of languages could be heard, with most of the ...
Saturday Today we were back on the bikes again, heading up the coast towards the northern tip of Corsica. It was a lovely windy road a bit like the Great Ocean Road, though a little less dramatic, with patches of shade, little villages and desert. We stopped to explore some of the little coastal towns which were amazing. Some of them centuries old, with the village built around the harbour, with little laneways and stairs leading down to the ...