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... including the northern Greek isles, Dardanelles, Istanbul, and the Black sea coast of Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey. Unfortunately, we are only wait listed for the type of cabin we need because Kathy has an issue with portholes that do not open.
I will put a few shots below for our naturist friends today. Nothing too confronting, but if people without clothes is not your thing, don't look!
... skip in and out of the pool doing her own running commentary in French. Her white husband comes to check on them. There is an 'urgences gynocologiques' next to the hotel.. if there is an emergency tonight.
We sit and drink 'Number 1' beer outside the hotel (Numbawan beer was in Vanuatu too) and stroll after dinner on the promenade. People sit eating takeaway in the front seats of their cars or macdo at the picnic tables or taking a swim in the dark. So ends a first day in a ...
... with New Caledonia but Napoleon stomped carte blanche over that idea painting the Kanaks as cannibals and savages in order to colonise the islands for France.
Thinking back, what was that rhyme we’d sing in the play ground?
On the edge of France
Where the naked ladies dance
And the men play drums
On the naked ladies bums
It must be true, one day at the beach I saw a nude woman stride into the sea, bold as brass, boobs and bottom ...
... I particularly liked the Nautilus, those strange curve-shelled creatures who I am very unlikely to see snorkelling as they live deeply, at plus 150m.
Just as one person's freedom fighter is another's terrorist, one traveller's fair weather is another's storm. While I was unable to snorkel the wind surfers and kitesurfers took to the waves as I just watched and considered how stupid it would be to get flippered up and ...
... district of
Fauborg Blanchot, Quen Toro lookout point, Anse Vata beach, and Lemon
Bay to Coconut Square.
We met our guide, Fernando and eight (8) of us jumped into his van. We
agreed to pay US$20 per person for a three hour Island tour.
Fernando drove us from the expansive waterfront that changed considerably
after a ten minute drive. With
a string of bays and beaches stretching along a ...