Domaine de Fayence
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Saw two carnivals - one for Les Fleurs in the afternoon and the other, in the evening, for Les Sports. Les deux ont été vraiment super!! I loved both of them and, as they are annual festivities, they were a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be acquainted with the local culture.
“Bizarre travel plans are dancing lessons from God.” – Kurt Vonnegut
Up at 7 after not a beautifull night. One of the people in the room was loudly sick the whole night. Poor guy.
Shower breakfast and took the boat to where the bike is praying that it will still be there and the luggage on it. My prayers were answered.
Started burning the cheap Tartus petrol on the motor way heading for Nice with lunch at Genova.
AAHHH. Grippy tarmac. No more the mirror like shiny asphalt. What a feeling. The 50 k ...
... by 9am. It worked perfectly and we hit the road on what was warming up to be hot day..........The Fiesta (with GPS) was leading but, as often happens, programming the ' shortest route' in this part of the world often means narrow and windy............it wasn't long before the Twingo inhabitants were feeling car sick again and ready to revolt!
We reached Cannes and were negotiating the next part of the route when a txt from the Twingos came ...
... where we knew they had canoes and pedelos for hire. Unfortunately, when we got there we discovered they can only be hired on weekends........damn! They looked like so much fun!
So all we could do was have a swim in the lake, which saw Ben striking out to the other side...........only to find it was a rather long way! He made it.......but then had to turn around and swim ...
Monday...I had read about Gorges du Verdon, supposedly Europe's widest and deepest gorge - the French version of the Grand Canyon. It didn't seem too far from Fayence on the little map in the guide book so we set off in the jelly bean cars (a Fiesta and a Twingo!) hoping for a picnic by the river Verdon. However, we didn't have a road map and the GPS had some strange ideas about some of the roads we should be taking..............might have ...