Les gites du Cap Corse
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7:30a.m., Milena started her engine, and we were on our way to France. Me? I stayed in bed for another 45 minutes, to an hour before venturing topside. The seas were a little choppy, but the sun was at our back, as we ventured West toward The isle of Corsica. (Oh boy, the last time I was at this island and tried to leave it was Beaufort 8.). There is nothing this year that indicates we are going to have any of this kind of problem. ...
... The officer was really quite nice and was interested that we live in a suburb that is also a suburb in Paris. After the strip search, we were allowed to go. Again, just joking. Calvi is quite interesting and we both would like to have the opportunity to be here for a few more days. The French Paratroopers Base in located here and there was a plane doing a circuit around the beach and dropping paratroopers out of the plane while we ...
... what the words are - English and Italian have a lot similarities. There was something on the menu today that I had no idea about - the word "lupe" included. I know this to mean wolf, so got up a translator on the iPad and discovered that the dish was stuffed wolf. Seriously, thats clearly not right, but what could it be??? I feel damned lucky that I just ended up with mussels and octopus. From town, off to find our hotel. Roger has researched and booked this one, and he tells me he ...
... in the observation lounge with white wine (pinot gris) and Glenmorangie. They had very good peanuts with a salty ************* them.
Formal night in the restaurant was very good. There was only one formal night on this cruise so this is where they went big on everything. Most people had tuxes with a few in normal suits. Jamie had asparagus cream soup with salmon, the duck Confit salad and the halibut with ...
... from being a weather prisoner of Corsica. For right now it feels really good having made a decision of just when we would be capable of leaving Corsica. Of course, all these plans could go out the window, if the weather changes. Again, as Jacques would say, "wait and see....". Being totally, and mentally drained, we decided to call it a day, and Jacques began preparing us a wonderful steak dinner. Marina busied herself getting us nibbles, and a nice bottle of wine. "I don't ...