Kyriad Cannes Mandelieu
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... on the
beach left me tired, tan, and ready to head home to Toulouse.
This last few days in Toulouse have
been pretty rainy, and full of work. I got fully prepared to leave, closing my
bank account, arranging trains, and stays. Finishing Game of Thrones gave me
some much-needed rest before my next traveling adventure. I will miss the late
night sunsets, watching the airbus plane’s jet over thee garonne, and ...
... a table outside after we chatted to local for a while (he had lived in Melbourne for a couple of years) and was happy to speak English.
We sat outside for a while but it got cold so we found a cosy spot inside, drinking French Riviera wine in the French Riviera, it was the house white but it was really special. What was funny was we could have Aussie wine if we had wonted it. The party next to us had a lovely birthday cake that they didn't finish, so ...
... exhausted from the week before and the build up of all this just made me think of nothing else but home. I was missing home, and I am not usually one to get home sick, this just wasn't like me at all. All I wanted to do was to call home, but at the same time I knew that a single word from my family would set me off, so I made the worst decision to keep it all bottled up, which if I'm honest looking back was the wrong thing to do because it was just ...
... realizing the bouncer at the Billionaire's Club was my off-duty policeman friend from Nice, and the Swedes giving me a ride home in a Lotus) comforted me that my "Gump-ness" has not yet worn off just because I’m now a married woman, the chapter that’s endured the last 12 years of my life is finally coming to a close. I now find more pleasure in sipping on a Bordeaux with my Dutchman over a heated game of rummy than spraying Cristal into a crowd of ...
... this market place, in Vielle Ville (Old Town) in Nice, that I was looking over the menu at a little cafe, and asked the other woman eyeing the menu with me if she would like to join me for dinner. We introduced ourselves, and then got a table together.
And that was the beginning of a magical outdoor cafe dining experience at Cafe Juliette, in the Vielle Ville. Julia is an academic, like me - a math professor at a university ...