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Finally. The ocean. Corsica's beautiful northern turquoise abyss provided soothing balm to the soul. Tears were shed as we wandered into the ocean, creating solace amidst the chaos, bringing light to dark. I had mournfully ached for the ocean amidst those mountains for the past six months. I loved those peaks, I stared in awe every day at the ever changing vista from our living room ...
... from the 35 plus
temperatures. Since then we have continued on through the gorges to the west
coast, travelling through the beautifully scenic Castagniccian, chestnut
forested hills. In November the chestnuts are harvested to make flour. They
make very yummy crepes.
Throughout this area, there are many hilltop villages. which
are slowly being abandoned, as the young move to the mainland for ...
... into the train station to head into London, I was so pleased we weren't trying to get a bike box on and off the trains as well. Victoria station was just a moving throng of people, and being a lovely Sunday, everyone seemed to be out and about. Being in familiar territory in Paddington, we found the hotel easily and then headed off into Oxford street to do some shopping. John was bored after the first shop, so headed off to Lords to see if he could get in to see some of ...
... of their own. The excesses of the rich and famous have to be seen to be believed. There was a dance/acrobatic group entertaining the crowd, and we watched in the town amphitheatre. We finished the evening off watching the lights come on around the bay with a couple of beers, from the vantage point of our roof top terrace. Wednesday Today was a beautiful day, 31 degrees, but there was a lovely breeze coming off the water, so we had a relaxing ...
... these old towns. The buildings have been there since the 1400's, even the new ones were built in the 1600's. There were little cafes, shops etc in little laneways and stairwells. We bought some supplies from the deli and had a beautiful picnic down at our little beach. The nights are lovely, although the days are a bit hot. Sunday This morning we walked up into the hills behind our hotel to the villages above, San Marino Di Lota and a couple ...