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... with no sand and giant rocks. We had a mini photo shoot with Raul, the Canasian who is actually a Canexican! So confusing. He got some great shots of us and the beach and the sunset so hopefully he will email them to me. After that we walked to dinner in Old Nice and ate at a half seafood half Italian restaurant. Got pizza again. Delicious and of course we walked and got some gelato. We leave for Spain tomorrow and I'm scared I'll never have gelato again. I can't imagine life without ...
First port of call was some doubling back to see the Pont du Gard (between Arles and Nimes). It is an ancient aqueduct built by the Romans over a nice little river. It was torture for Hannah not being able to go for a swim considering it was so hot and the water so inviting!
After this first detour we headed back towards Nice. Taking the backroads made our journey about five hours instead of 3 hours, but was good because we could only get to ...
... The owners are in their 70's we estimate and we find out they have been running the park for 25 years, running a cash only basis and cater a lot to "tenters". Seems like we are surrounded by Dutch travellers but also find some from the US. All we have to do is drive from here towards Nice and drop off motorhome in 2 days time. Part 2 of the trip ...
... had booked a shore excursion to the Cinque Terre. This meant leaving at 7-30am but was well worth it. Unfortunately the day was cold and overcast and as we left very rainy. This meant we could not use the ferries to travel between the 5 ports but instead had to go on the trains. However, we were still able to see much of the area. Our bus took us through Le Spezia which is a large Naval port with a large harbour. From there we were dropped at ...
... to Switzerland and a 90 minute flight to London. With current exchange rates, property does not seem to be overpriced either, compared to Perth that is.
The next day we planned to drive to a Grasse, a town that lies high in the hills about 30kms from the coast. Grasse is famous for its perfume manufacturing industry and offers fantastic views of the local countryside and the sea. Unfortunately on the drive up an oncoming vehicle ...
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