La Bastide du Port
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... have to be seen to be believed. What a life hey? Sailing around in your own portable luxury home.
Last night I left a note for Desire’ our stewardess, to see if maintenance could fix my flapping shoe. I also asked if we could have some raw nuts to snack on. When we got back from the shore visit, my shoes were there together with a bowl of raw mixed nuts and the fridge had been stocked with coconut water and tonic water. Very efficient ...
... her kids and changed her email details. For privacy reasons we weren't allowed to go further than the foyer but it was lovely. Stopped for a drink at a quaint outside cafe and met a lovely young American couple who couldn't remember where their hotel was and they had food etc in their car. Went to a great bag shop but didn't buy, before struggling back to the tender boat after 7 hrs on foot. Tired but happy, back to ...
... wore equivalent to an Aussie on a Friday night to the club. Men - dress shorts or slacks, shirt and casual shoes (never thongs) and Ladies - a dress, skirt or slacks (never shorts), smart casual shirt, high heels, make up, styled hair, jewellery and handbag (perhaps Gucci or similar).
We, being Aussies, were not aware of the dress code. We felt like we were at a party that we’d not been invited to and were surprised not to have been asked to ...
... let a passenger off at our stop, they wouldn't let us on. I think it must have been because the bus was full. There were people standing in the aisle.
So, we walked back to the house and took the car instead.
I thought we would simply drive down to Cannes and find a car park near a beach and it would be as simple as that. Not so.
We drove for about 5 or 6kms along the shore that was completely ...
... couldn’t take the time to have breakfast and then we wanted to have a look around the markets before they closed. We eventually sat down in a little cafe for brunch about 11.30 am. After lunch we walked around the coast and houses that are right next to the water, then up to the Citadel where you had a great birds eye view. There is a cemetary right on the waters edge at the point. Prime land to say ...