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Today we headed off well prepared for any sort of weather.
Again climbing mountains. Weather was hot! Climb along a river valley and up the mountain. Mostly out in the open and very hot. Had to take clothes of rather than put them on.
Jen not feeling the best so she went back to her accommodation and we said we would walk for about 4 hours.
Climbed through the mountain valley, spectacular views.
... br> He was very impressed with our driving and general behaviour. He did not have a drivers license - said he didn't need one as he rode his bycycle most of the time
A short tour around the old city of corte, a quick drink, then back to browns accommodation and local sausages, salad and of course the mandatory vino.
Jeff and I walked home with our torch watching carefully for any wild animals!!
... roads. Eventually we found Christopher Columbus's home (unfortunately not much left but a plaque stating this is the spot). We stood and looked out at the ocean and coast and thought how it would have looked pretty much the same when Chris was there.
We ventured around the new part of town looking at the tourist shops and boats in the harbour before catching a tender boat back to the ship.
... up to find all the sunbeds piled up and the whole side of the deck roped off. There was only me asleep in the middle of the deck. The cleaning crew were all hanging around waiting for me to wake up. Everyone else was sitting or lying on the other side of the deck watching in amusement, I was so embarrassed - I had to do a walk of shame across the deck and through the ropes to leave the deck!!! It can only happen to me Once again it was a blissful ...
... never to set foot again in Corsica.
Napoleon's birthplace, a large and simple residence, is now a museum devoted to the Bonaparte family in Corsica. The visit starts on the second floor with a historical evocation of Corsica in the 18th century, and is followed by an introduction to members of the family: Charles and Letizia in the first room, Napoleon, his brothers and sisters in the second room. Visitors are then led into the "Chambre de ...