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Sunday 2nd August
We left Port Vecchio and sailed for about 2 hours into another bay not far from the next town put down the anchor and had more swimming.
What a delightful day, water temp about 25deg, we donned our bathers and dived in, the water was so refreshing....we haven't swam so much in a short amount of days,!!!!!!
Had lunch, sun baked and left about 4pm to sail into Propriano arriving at 5.30pm.
Sunday 1st August,
We pulled out of Santa Teresa at 10am and sailed to a protected swimming bay in Corsica.
Yannick the Captain said he would put the anchor down so we could swim.
I took photos of Glen hard at work tying us up at the wharf.
After a beautiful lunch consisting of squid, and scallops with fried rice with a 'divine' tasting sauce and a bean salad. ' oh ...
... br> Phew, there was some muscles I didn't know I had....so it was "icepaks" for the rest of the day !!
Josie, Deb & Ann hopped into the sea islet, and Glen was told ' watch the age bracket and the spare parts, very delicate cargo!!!! They got back unscathed, Glen was very kind and is a lovely young handsome "kiwi",.... working on the boat, has a lovely nature!!!
After our fun in the water the Captain moved the boat to a ...
... were narrow with tall buildings either side.
That night we decided to give the staff on the boat a night off, and went out to a very unique French restaurant where the main meal so cooked on a woodfire place, it was delicious. I had a pork chop and Kevin had a steak, and both delicious.
... lagoon with high cliff face either side, and real deep water. It's a "boaties" paradise.!!! The captain phones the harbour master and he escorts us into the correct bay right on the boardwalk.
What a beautiful coastline leading up to Bonifacio, reminds me a lot of Great Ocean Road!!
We had to be in and tied up by 5pm. The. Boats were in great numbers ...