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... I have read on Cruise Critic and Tripadvisor that there are two ports that service Toulon; Toulon proper and La Seyne which is 13km away. I believe we are at Toulon because I believe I have seen the tourist train I have read about in the port. It is my plan to take this to the beaches.
People are already returning to the ship as we get off. It is nice because there is not a crowd. The port is small and there is a little ...
... side, there are a lot of huge ants and the Mosquitos don't half bite at night.
But the weather is warm and dry and we have enough power to run the air conditioning. Washing has been done - even a camera battery left in short's pocket. And it still works! We visited Brignoles. Memories from lots of years ago when we holidayed nearby.
I love the way some people are unprepared. A Dutch couple opposite us on the campsite complained that it was boring, there ...
... as the town went about its very lucky business. It became obvious from this town that, just as the Spanish own bohemian, family and olives, France owns classy, pottery and spectacles (as well as the given cheese, wine and shutters!). That night at the tent we were wondering if they also own acorn-eating squirrels as it rained a single acorn every two minutes from the tree’s above. It was like a campers version of that mythological tale of Chinese dripping ...
Now that we feel we are well and truly ensconced into Auriol//Aubagne way of life, we feel relaxed enough to have a wee giggle every now and then about our escapades. At home we take everyday life so much for granted, so it throws you rather when everyday life makes you go, Oh,OK!
We are doing quite a few, Oh, OKs!
We wanted to go into the market in Aubagne today, but parking is still a HUGE issue for us. We’d heard that inter ...
... everyone else drives like lunatics so with a wide car you can often hear a united indrawing of breath in the car as we squeeze past oncoming traffic. Rain does not slow anyone.
The rain became torrential when we got to Contignac and in true old town style the streets flood easily so within several minutes we were wet to our knees - it was like on TV with cars racing by splashing up water onto us - there ...