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... en quelque sorte, mais pour cela, il faut rénover les habitations en pierre et bois.
Maurizio et Noris sont à Milan pour quelques jours : présentations de leurs produits chez un oenologue et vente sur deux marchés. Je tiens la maison et m'occupe des deux chiens, du chat et des 18 poules et coqs...
J'écris ce blog essentiellement pour montrer comment se passe la récolte des olives et présenter cette belle région.
... they put their plants out for display on carts, just like our guys bringing out the displays every morning. Plant prices are comparable but I have to admit ours are of a higher quality, even our lavendulas.
Fausto decides he will just have coffee this morning, but our French ordering gets him a breakfast of baguette, juice and short coffee while mine is baguette, juice and cappuccino. Not speaking the language means we get to make up our own stories as ...
... It's the famous road that goes round the top of the mountains overlooking Monaco and Monte Carlo - it says in the Rough Guide to France that you need a head for heights and that it would be better driven in a Maserati rather than a Lunar motorhome". A deep soulful and agonising howl erupts from the drivers seat?
Bruno (Le Chien)
Sorry for the delay, we are in the Wi Fi desert called France. The only oasis being McDonalds !
We are back on the Italian Riviera, a camp site close to Imperia, east of San Remo. Much quieter than last time. The weather is hot and sunny, the Mediterranean warm but salty. Life's a *****!!! Signor e Signora spend much of the day as follows; coffee in bed, check emails, read The Times on line then up for breakfast - fresh fruit salad and orange juice. Signor completes the crossword then 11am ...
... a quick swim in the Med on arrival at the hotel, before heading out for our final pizza and pasta dinner, as today is our last day in Italy before heading into France tomorrow.
We have spent a month here and have covered quite a bit of ground - certainly ticking off all the highlights on the tourist list, but also having some great relaxing family time at the villa and on our non tourist days.