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... lovely thing to do. Right at the top we saw a lovely waterfall
and then even further to the top which had a souvenir shop and you could look
both ways around the Nice basin including the Port and roads through to
Monaco/Eze – beautiful!! We then
wandered through and around the park where many families had picnics and were
celebrating family parties eventually walking back down the hill. The kids really enjoyed the whole time, were
well engaged, it ...
... swim but very challenging bike course. Maybe one day when we are retired and rich we can come back and base ourselves in the Pyrenees for some specific hill training. For those who don't know I have became a bit obsessed with scooters since being in Europe and keen to own one back in Australia. The only problem is I have never ride one and didn't grow up riding motorbikes. No better place to hire one and ride along the Riveria like you see in the movies. The man at ...
... like living in a world of white noise. It's like everyone around you is just saying blah blah blah blah - because you can't understand a word (well, I can't - mostly). Half the time in Spain and France I am secretly praying that shop owners
don't talk to me - so that I don't have to say my standard phrases - Yo
no hablo espanol or Je ne parle pas francais.
Soon as we crossed into Italy, we stopped at a rest stop and the white noise ended. It was like ...
... we just put the wrong gas in the first scooter we rented... Oops, we needed to fill up and figured the gas labeled gasoline was sufficient but turns out the scooter we had was diesel (they never mentioned this too us)... It can't run on gasoline, so we had to walk it all the way back to the rental place as it stopped working. All was gravy though as we just had to pay a small fine (total BS though, their fault) and then they'd give us a new one. So after about 30 ...
... vineyards, the initial south coast wasn’t too interesting and the weather wasn’t cooperating. We did some camping admin, shopping and haircuts! Was quite nerve racking to convey a style to the hairdresser with very little French, luckily for Bryce, the hairdresser pointed out that the numbering system for shavers was different to England (and New Zealand) and that he definitely ...