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... and see loads of housing, sometimes a little industrial. And then housing climbed the hillside of the narrow valleys. All the homes were a shade of orange with terracotta roof tiles. The hillsides were also used for farming. There were greenhouses everywhere, terraced crops and vineyards. It seemed every home had a vegetable patch and a green house.
Soon we were heading off the freeway, and we didn’t have far to go. We stopped off in a ...
I had been so wrapped up in the surreality of the past week, that the concept of university had completely slipped my mind. The first day was a disaster.
We were under the impression our first day would consist of a French class and then an orientation. However little did we know, a full day of lectures was waiting for us after orientation. it was all just so overwhelming, and we were under the impression now that this was going to be an ...
Last night we sat on a little white bench overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and watched as the sky turned to night and thought of nothing but the sound of the waves crashing on the beach.
We snuggled and drank coffee. It was wonderful.
I wish I had the words to describe the way it smells here. It is so unique. Soft, warm, delicate. I don't know how to explain it - but it is really great.
Matt thinks Nice has the character of Paris without the intensity. He likes it here ...
... in had lunch at the local deli and decided to go for a swim at the beach that was just down the road. I pushed the button to open the roof and we went for a spin down town. Unfortunately it was peek hour and it took us way to long to get the beach and then find parking!
Once we made it to the beach an hour later, we realized we had forgotten our towels. We were so annoyed with ourselves so ...
... van. No idea what it will cost us… we have another one in the front from a horrid bollard in Spain. Our lovely Naomih ( our Irish TomTom voice) has a habit of sending us up the narrowest of streets and some of them it has been a miracle that we managed to get out of. Side mirrors have had to be brought back in and I have had to direct traffic!
We finally did find the Matisse Musee which was interesting to see the different styles during ...