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... The views were just beautiful, especially when the sun came out and the sea turned that beautiful blue. We stopped at a lovely cafe on the beach and had a superb lunch - Niçoise salad for me and grilled sardines for Brendon. I don't know why, but it annoys me to have to pay Perth prices here. Surely I should object more in Perth than in the south of France?? The afternoon saw a big sleep for the kids and a visit ...
... 2 or 4 people fit in these small carriers and someone on a bike takes you home. The neighborhood Val is staying in isn't very safe so she has to find a ride home every night. I think my street is okay but traveling alone has taught me to always take the safer route even if it costs a little more, so I got a ride too. Thankfully I still have one more day here in Nice because I really need to pack my bag better. Things are accumulating but my bag is staying the same ...
... more so in his element, as he guided his son through the task. I had to pinch myself, here we were, with our three children, on a boat, navigating our way through the canals of a beautiful port in the French Riviera…
After our canal boat ride (even if the boat was not million dollar, the experience certainly was), we indulged in some gelati and then returned to the car. On our way home, we discovered ...
We hurtled down to Dover from the North East of England at breakneck speed to catch our 7pm Dover-Calais P & O ferry, all the time thinking of the wide open spaces of France's autoroutes.
The sun was going down as we made the sleek one and half hour crossing. We gazed in awe at the pink and blue sky with deep reds around the blazing sun.
"Hope the weather's good," I said. And I was granted my wish.
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... of my buddy Nate back in CO. She is a full time ICU nurse in Pittsburgh, but travels to randomass places on her own whenever she gets time off and has extra cash. I was REALLY impressed by her drive to learn about other cultures and just dive into it. I have been wanting to go to Morocco since I knew I was coming to Cannes, she had just got back from Marrakech and had loads of stories. In case you didn’t know, Marrakech isn’t a place you would expect a woman ...
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