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... bought a house here. The port is picture-postcard perfect, the backstreets charming and the boutiques chic. The fine beaches lie outside the town. We walked the cobbled streets noting that very little opens here, as in most parts of Europe before 10:00. Eventually we all decided to sit and watch the 'beautiful people' and to do so we needed to stop into a restaurant and have coffee (8:00 euro for a cappuccino = $12:00). We sat opposite yachts that were amazing. (Actually I ...
Nothing to report as we did absolutely nothing. The only thing was after breakfast there was a digital workshop on your photos which was very interesting and learnt a bit. Having dinner at the Canaletto restaurant, paying extra for this one but thought we'd lash out as it is Formal Night on board but we didn't want to get really dressed up. We were greeted by our monkey when we got back into ...
... watching the artists in action. Our heads were boiling over the side with creative inspiration but nothing was coming out our mouths.. We were actually speechless. In one single frame we saw all the things on our 'I heart _ ‘ list: Art, mountains, water, café’s and obscure laneways to explore.. Oh and gelato – My latest addition to my death-row meal.
As we sat for dinner and some wine, we felt in utter awe of the place and people, ...
... hope that I understand what they say in return. I have gotten use to my pocket phrase book, yet it is finding the right page in a hurry that is difficult.
We drove a little north to Lourmarin, which is noted to have been the home of Albert Camus. I must say that the beauty of the area is a surprise in terms of his bleak philosophy. The area that we drove through was quite new and we did not see the Chateau. ...
Today the weather has really gone to custard with it bucketing down all morning with associated thunder and lightening.
Greg is very average today but trying to get up and going.
Blobbed all morning reading then realised at 12 that we had nothing for lunch and shops shut at 1230 for several hours so Sara and I raced into Cotignac for bits.
The streets are very narrow, windy and hilly around ...