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Today we headed off well prepared for any sort of weather.
Again climbing mountains. Weather was hot! Climb along a river valley and up the mountain. Mostly out in the open and very hot. Had to take clothes of rather than put them on.
Jen not feeling the best so she went back to her accommodation and we said we would walk for about 4 hours.
Climbed through the mountain valley, spectacular views.
Again a fantastic day. Sun shining, blue skies and complete bliss.
Walked to the brown's accommodation which is about 1km down the road restonica.
Hopped in the car and set off for our mountain walk.
Graham stressed again on the narrow roads. The rest of us enjoying the marvellous views.
Eventually get to the end of the track. Up the mountain to the lac de mulo. Very rugged, ...
... the citadel which overlooks the port of Calvi, to see the various sights one of which was the house, or ruins of Christopher Columbus birth place (he was Genoan and the citadel was built by Genoans' around the the time Columbus was born). We then got adventurous and climbed up the top of some arches to get a better view. We saw St Jean Baptiste Cathedral and walked, which we believed to be the original ...
... in hedge blistering heat all day The beach at calvi was gorgeous, you could walk out about 100 metres into the sea and it was still only waist height. It was a really good snorkelling beach I nipped to the supermarket across the road and bought some drinks and snacks for on the beach and a football kit for Cameron, I had forgotten how much I LOVE a French supermarket! We spent a really nice day on the beach and at about 3pm we walked back ...
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Built on a bay bounded to the north west by the rocky islets of red porphyry which give it its name, and to the south by an immaculate white sand beach, l'Īle-Rousse is presented to the tourist in all its beauty, extending westwards from the sea to the hill of the ...