Hotel La Lagune
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... Foreign in its rhythm and still all too familiar.
A week spent snorkelling, idly swimming, lying on rocks that warmed our hearts, staring without intent at a horizon vacant of white caps, admiring the super highway of yachts, collecting rocks that were abandoned at the end of the day.
Haute Corte. Forever in our hearts and forever grateful we will be.
... from the 35 plus
temperatures. Since then we have continued on through the gorges to the west
coast, travelling through the beautifully scenic Castagniccian, chestnut
forested hills. In November the chestnuts are harvested to make flour. They
make very yummy crepes.
Throughout this area, there are many hilltop villages. which
are slowly being abandoned, as the young move to the mainland for ...
... than John, certainly. I even accused him of sabotaging it, but he vowed that that wasn't the case. I had spent the night before mapping out our trip on the underground into London, making sure we got on and off at stations that had lifts to move the bike from one level to the next. Still an ice cream and a cold drink later I was a little more cheerful, agreed, I'm easily bought. Our umbrella was left at the beach, for some lucky holiday maker to use. We had a ...
... of the time in the water. We are amazed at how many people still smoke, and anywhere, especially the women. I'm surprised at how many French women have great legs, even the ones who are big everywhere else. John is surprised at how many women are topless at the beaches, even ones who have their kids with them. And they also put their bikini bottoms into their ........ Leaving lots of their bum cheeks showing. Guess if you've got great legs, ...
... the largest bay and enjoyed a beautiful view and delicious lunch. We eventually made it to Ajaccio which appeared on the surface to be a large, busy town with a thriving port and some pretty Parisian architecture. Being the birthplace of Napoleon there were some good museums to visit if you had the time but we were keen to get started on the trip home.
As I said the shortest way home was via the highway that runs through the centre of ...