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Decided to take a morning excursion to Cassis even though we planned to disembark a day early in Marseille - turned out to be a great decision as we probably would not have bothered to get ourselves there on our own, & it is a beautiful town! Especially loved the little boat trip to three of the closest calanques. Soaked up the sunshine at a waterside café then wandered through the narrow back streets & through the bustling local market.
Today we got up and went down and had breakfast in our hotel.
Then we caught the ferry "Bateau Vert" across to Port Grimaud. It was hot and sticky. Port Grimaud is a seaside town with canals like a mini Venice. House owners can have their boats right up to the pontoon in front of their house. No houses are under $1,000,000 Euros here.
We hired an electric boat, it was very slow but ...
Fabulous start to the day! Wonderful breakfast on a terrace overlooking the lake. On to the first day's camping. Long but pleasant drive through the alps. Slow because of idiot driving too slowly to admire the views! Do I look bothered? Arrived at sales de verdon camp site. Everything looks clean and lots of places to explore. Thanks for the tip off John and Janet Easom! Lovely pitch at top of site. Short walk into ...
We walked around the small town of Geoux-Les-Bain in anticipation of visiting both the farmers markets and the dunking ourselves in the famous hot srpings baths. Well, the farmers market consisted of about four stalls and every man and his dog were at the hot spring baths. So we bought some provisions for a picnic on the way to Sainte-Maxime and headed off. Very typical Provence scenery on ...
On our way back to camp we stopped at a distillery where you could see the equipment used to distill the essential oils. We wandered over to the distilling area and the operator waved us over; he said that it was their first batch of the year! He showed us the big bales which weigh ½ ton each; each steamer holds one ton of lavender. The lavender is steamed which traps the oils in the water vapour. The vapour then goes through a series of water-cooled tubes ...