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We made if off our cliff top without drama but very tense. Off we trundled towards the French Riviera. We had decided on a camp between Nice and Cannes. It was a stunning trip with postcard scenery along the way, just beautiful. Getting here though was not without drama in the camper. We had just got used to the Italian toll system and knew which lanes to head for just to have to learn a new one. Yep and we goofed, both Chris and I were so busy looking up at the ...
... needless to say we decided to eat our sandwich in the centre instead!
Back at our campsite Ryan fancied trying the BBQ for the ?? time! It seemed to finally get going when 2 Dutch guys came over and told us BBQ’s were not permitted and in fact are not allowed at any camp sites in France! It was a little too late so we kept it going and hid behind the car ...
... bus ride I finally arrived back in Port Gramaur where M ocean awaits for the crew. The owners and friends are to board soon. It’s the last charter before the boat show madness in Canne, France.
I’m tired still yet revived from land. Days, a month or more of being on the boat gives one the appreciation of land, of stillness, and yet the body sheds and craves another piece for more open waters. This time we take a short charter around ...
... justified. The village has been painstakingly restored and maintained and the locals have managed to integrate (and somehow tolerate) the tourism aspect without detracting from the local charm.
I decided that I enjoyed Saint Paul so much that I decided to stay longer and not to go onto Gorbio which was on my initial itinerary. I might do that this morning on my way to Aix-en-Provence, my ...
We kicked off the long weekend with a day trip to Villefranche sur Mer. Our friend Emmy back home tipped us off to this GORGEOUS little fishing village just around the corner from Nice.
Villefranche is a picture perfect little village which is crusted onto the side of steep cliffs whose feet are in the clear azure wate of a large circular bay. The town is mostly vertical. The streets are full of stairs which march up the cliffs and ...