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... another continent - how exciting is that! And the sky has a thin line of rosy haze a new day begins! Maybe just a little crazy? Bright blue sky, light glowing on wing tips-1:30am your time but over Greenland it is morning. only 3 more hours to go. Lots of bustling around now -more purposeful activity -storage hatches opening and closing, line-ups for the ...
... it was too late - she and hubby were already leaving. Just as well, my French is awful.
The brownie was delicious, the best I've ever had, as was the coffee. When we were done we descended on FNAC.
The replacement camera was easily found and a total bargain I believe – though I don’t recall the price, I was busy fiddling with its features.
With the new camera already charged we farewelled FNAC and set off in search of something to ...
... proud of us for managing all of it. All my planning has paid off! So far.... :) We walked back to the tender and by now we were all reaaaally hot and sweaty! We were so happy to be back in our room! We took showers, and karl and I went to deliver round 1 of the fish extender gifts. We have gotten some pretty cute stuff so far! We had dinner tonight in Carioca's - South American cuisine. Pretty good! I had empanadas, tomato soup, and chicken. Kurt ...
... I am maybe not the fittest I am slowly building up my strength. However now that I have a job, I will be shelving that idea for a while.
I have found a sweet little one bedroom cottage in St Laurent d'Eze which I will move to tomorrow. It has a bedroom, bathroom/laundry, kitchen/living room, fold out sofa and a little outdoor eating area. if you peer through the bushes there is a wonderful view of the Mediterranean below, The owners live just ...
... his wife, Princess Charlene. Everyday at11:55 there is a ceremonial changing of the guard in the square in front of the palace. The old section is also the site of the cathedral where centuries of monarchs are buried. Princess Grace's tomb was the only one covered by flowers, but Prince Rainier's tomb also had a few, almost as an afterthought. At the museum ...