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... so the duvet kept me warm, and that is all I remember as the motion of Milena rocked me to sleep. The next thing I knew, we had crossed into France, from ItLy, and Corsica was off in the distance. I went topside, and enjoyed the final hour of our voyage watching us approach the beautiful island of Corsica. The sails came down, and the us was lowering in the sky, as we mDe our way to anchorage, just outside of Macinagio, ...
... sauce. I had the Carpaccio, duck Confit salad with the grilled lobster tail for dinner. Dessert was the best I've ever had. A great soufflé with a hot whisky sauce that tasted like a zabaglione. Jamie had the brandy and camembert mouse with fig. We ordered a very nice pinot noir off the special wine list for Jamie's birthday.
After dinner with had drinks in the Club. A sauterne and a Jameson neat.
... you.... but I know I need a glass of wine right not." Marina said eagerly.opening of nice"red rooster on the label" bottle of Cabernet. "I couldn't agree with you more!" I chimed in. "umfffffff..." was Jacques' agreement from the galley. For the rest of what ended up being an early evening, we ate, drank and laughed, protected in pocket of Milena, with the screeching/howling/whistling winds above. Grand marniers with greek coffees ended yet another day on the lovely Lady ...
... out in the weather for a couple of days. Below, in the saloon, we shared a quick coffee and grand marnier, before saying goodnight....... what beautiful creatures of habit we are. We may try and venture out of Port Toga tomorrow, and inch our way up to the very tip of Corsica, and wait until the next day to make the 17 hours dash for Cannes..... but as of now, I guess this is just a thought.... and we are going to have to.... "wait and see".... Bon ...
... nice Corsican wines for us to have with dinner..... They were really good. I didn't know that Corsica had wines.... but evidently they do, and they are more than pleasurable and tasty to drink. A quick greek coffee,Grand Marnier, for Marina and I, and then we said good-night. HAAAAAALLLLLLOOOOWWWWWWIIIIINNNNNG, HALLOWING, HOWLING,WHISTLING, RINGING winds hovering over the small harbor of Port Toga, as their shivering tunes lulls each of us to sleep. Bon ...