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... the local mall and to grab a subway. Was quite a laugh trying to explain what topping etc we required to someone who just would not communicate in English. French woman are so rude unfortunately, and it seems the men will actually try and help but not the woman. So all aboard for the last time as tonight we head to Barcelona. We leave our little floating hotel early tomorrow morning. We have just the two nights in a Barcelona hotel before starting our long trek ...
... pretend to be Albanian.
Sanary and Bardol are lovely little villages reminiscent of Noosa. They were once fishing ports but now it's all about holidaymakers and tourists. We climb a hill path to get a view of the bay at Sanary and stumble across a little chapel. There's singing. A small group of locals and some nuns have just finished a service. We nod. They nod. We all descend the path together and then ...
... far to walk (never mind that a month later we would walk 30 kilometres in Paris in one day, without complaint). There was also a ferry service from our ship to the Toulon port for a twenty euros - which, again for some unknown reason, we decided was too expensive. We decided, instead, to make the most of this pretty little town and left the ship at about 9 am.
Approximately 150 minutes later we were back on board the ship.
I'm not saying ...
... post. but I had lots to say!
Oh! Nicole has bought me some skis and boots! We'll be off skiing in about 3 weeks I think! So excited! We'll be spending Christmas up there too so it'll be fun! Im a little nervous because these are real mountains compared to the little ant hills at home ha. But I think it'll be ok once i go down a few times!
Okie dokie, that should do it for now.
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... lavendar sachets and gifts for friends on the way. But the Mediterranean is nowhere to be seen!
By this stage it is lunchtime, and after only one more accidental detour around the palacial mansions on the pine clad hillside, we fnid our way out of the town and back towards Aix en Provence. A shopping centre with a self-service Flunch restaurant beckons,and we are successful in procuring a light lunch of tomato and ...