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... since Today we travelled a short way by bus to the local beach. Very nice beaches full of families with restuarants right on the sand. Just a pity that woman here in France are not very modest especially with this being the more family friendly area. Anyway one of the boys (unnamed) made sure his thoughts were known - I wonder if he will feel the same in a few years time! The water was warm although not as warn as Greece. After our swim we headed back to town ...
An old pommie guy once said that all of life is a stage, and we are but players. It's Saturday, I think. We boarded the boat yesterday in Catalonia and now we're in France. I call it a boat, but when you're seventeen stories high and weigh a hundred and fifty thousand tonnes you probably get to be called a ship.
It's pretty funny watching our fellow passengers as they struggle to orient themselves on the ship. ...
On the third day of our second cruise we were scheduled to dock at the port of Marseilles. I was particularly looking forward to this visit and, because the port was a long way from the city, I had booked us on an excursion of the city and surrounding countryside.
Unfortunately for us an on-going port strike in Marseilles had our ship diverted to nearby Toulon. All excursions were cancelled and refunded while new excursions were proposed for ...
... Edward and Jill at Bormes-les-Mimosas, a charming village 3kms from the coast on the way to St Tropez.
The next few days were spent on the Giens peninsular waiting to get the window fixed.
We spent a lovely day walking around one of the "Golden Islands" – namely Ile de Porquerolles. Very nice – especially when you could get out of the wind – but the sun shone on us
With all the beautiful sunny weather we have been having, it was time to head for the ocean, to see if the Mediterranean really was blue in colour. It was.
We decided to go to Cassis, a little town near Marseilles. It was one of those post card Mediterranean villages, which you will see from the photos.
Our first activity was to take a boat cruise to see the Calanques, a series of white cliffs and secluded inlets ...