Residence Maeva Aria Marina
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... my reading glasses when I go shopping. But hey, with age comes wisdom, the only upside. Back on the bus at 200pm as ship up and away at 430pm.
Off to Rome tomorrow and going to take a look at the port side town which I cannot spell nor pronounce. Getting to Rome is quite difficult from the port so giving it a miss this time xx
... across the horizon to squeals of delight and encouragement for greater speed, copious rosť, mouth watering seafood followed by delectable desserts, cracking vistas across land and sea, reminiscing of days gone by, lots of laughs and lots of love. And a play list that could rival Paris Hilton … wait a minute … ( inside joke).
For all of us it was a great taste of what is to come when we return to Sydney early next ...
... ridiculous - and the salad bar area has different salads every day as well! We have yet to dine for lunch in the formal dining room. 4pm I took the iPad and phone up to the ilounge to the techs. I wanted to know the best way to get on the net, Ship wifi is very expensive, so I have put the NZ sim back in the iPad only and turn on airplane mode and will only use ashore with wi-fi. But right now - there is still ...
... boy today!!!
The city not only encloses the entire harbour but takes up the better part of the Gulf of Ajaccio, which is the largest gulf in the world.
Over 65000 population over the entire area. This city is the birthplace of Napoleon in 1769 who became the French Emperor in 1804 and spread Revolution through Europe and in 1811 made Ajaccio the capital in Corsica.
While we were ...
Left the Port of Propriano at 11am and sailed North up the coast of Corsico (still French )
and anchored on the way up to stop for a swim and lunch.
Beautiful water for swimming and very relaxing. No skiing though not today!!!
Sailed for about an hour and Arrived in the city of Ajaccio at 6pm.
Tonight was the night we would take the crew out to dinner. They have looked after us ...