Hotel Le Chastellan
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... away the afternoon warm inside the restaurant.
Conor still had a weight-lifting session to coach that night, so he dropped his mom and I off at the hotel to hangout and he went to work. Geri-Lyn and I walked about a mile each way to and from the pizza shop to pick up dinner. It started to lightly drizzle, but thankfully the serious rain held off until later that night. All-in-all, a very successful first day of whirlwind travel week.
... about 10 metres across and then this waterfall that started at the top of the cliffs as a spray which then landed on a ledge and then cascaded into the pool, awesome. Of course we had to go in, never mind the fact that the water was freezing. I went in first and then Jess went in and then we both went in and had a kiss under the waterfall. It took my breath away, and I don't mean the coldness of the water. Then we managed to persuade Lily and Ruby ...
... All sorts on the beach, some topless ( again young & old), ver y few swimming. Not too many taking advantage of the private beaches with their lounge chairs & umbrellas - not the need at the tail end of the season. Still quite warm - 28-29. Drove back along coast to Monte Carlo. Roads seem to get narrower as we approached. Took us 40+ minutes to get out. Gps would show a turn to he left, but when you got there there'd be half a dozen turns to the left, with some going ...
... we would have liked more time to do a longer loop. The path goes through long tunnels in the rock - you definitely need a torch otherwise you won't get very far!
the way back to the campsite we did a great drive along the Route des Cretes - it's a circular route
with fantastic views of the Gorge. Highly recommended.
Huge chilli con carne for dinner at the
... of bread for our lunch. We stopped for a coffee overlooking a rural valley with grazing cows in a paddock beside us and they came along to have a closer look, now who says cows aren’t inquisitive:
This same mountain route led us through the ‘gorges de la Bourne’; I suppose you could say it’s a series of gorges but to us it seemed like it was one very long gorge, on and on it went: In some places the road had cliff overhanging ...