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... his palate. But who takes any notice of that jumped-up ************* Veg Talk.
Yesterday Paul was challenged to "get out and mingle".
He managed to meet a Danish couple called Otto and Lena in O'Neill's. He was drinking Blackbush whiskey and they were retired language teachers who had "done Italy". Otto was self-medicating his toothache with alcohol.
Paul retired to his room to commence an ill-advised late-night debate on "should I, shouldn't I, get ...
... change to my usual backpackers style. It was pretty great to spend the afternoon having a facial in Nice. In the evening we went to Monoco - the second smallest country in the world. I got to see where my beautiful Grace Kelly got married, the castle and the dangerous hairpin where her life ended. My favourite movie star's interesting fate all unfolding in such a small area. I got a photo with a guard out ...
... Doubt started to fill our minds... Would we miss our train because some idiots were taking longer than they were meant to!? It got to the point when we were all saying "we're gonna miss the train!" It was no longer a doubt in our minds but a certainty! We began to plan what we were gonna do now when the two groups in front of us moved quicker than they anticipated and it was finally our turn... With five minutes before the train departed! ...
... I guess it was meant to be.
Now...just keep your fingers crossed that the strike is over on Saturday. :0)
So we decided to go to Monaco by taxi tomorrow and we spent today back in Old Nice.
It is 32 degrees here.
I decided to have baked french onion soup for lunch.
What a ridiculous choice! I began to melt from the inside out...
Matt saved the day by filling ...
... be as a possible option to live and work – you never know).
The beach at Monte Carlo was non impressive, small and crowded although the water was so welcoming to plunge in (although this could have been the heat taking its toll on us). There were lots of very expensive boats and yachts moored in the waters and within the marina – nice to view from a distance as we tried to imagine what these boats must be like inside.
Having had our fill ...