If you read my previous post, you'll know that I was in Cannes for a few days.
Yesterday started with breakfast. We asked for 4 eggs, scrambled. What turned up at was 4 portions of scrambled eggs... The language barrier gets you into all sorts of mischief!
I gathered my essentials:
Rayban Clubmaster sunglasses - to keep the sun out of my eyes,
P20 once a day, factor 30 SPF - so I didn't get burnt,
My phone - to tweet about all the fun I was having,
My IPad - so I could read my book via the kindle app,
and headed straight for the beach.
We stayed lounging by the sea all day, enjoying activities such as reading,
AND PLAYING IN THE SEA!
After hours of fun and relaxation, we went back to the hotel to wash off the sand and salt and sticky suncream... and the rest of the sand you find in places you wish you didn't.
Cannes is an unusual place; during the day you can sit on the beach wearing pretty much nothing - in fact most guys have the tiniest little swimming trunks on, and many of the ladies go topless... I have no idea where to look - but when the evening arrives, if you don't look presentable, it's hard to get a table in a restaurant.
Tanya looked pretty incredible too.
On our journey for food, we walked along the beach front and through the port at sunset,
and ended up at a restaurant (that turns into a nightclub after midnight) called Båoli.
It was very dark and atmospheric, so the only picture I took that was worth using was of some lettuce.
After our lettuce (and the rest of our meal), we decided to leave before the place turned into a club and went to get some ice-cream instead. Priorities.
Tanya had mint choc chip (boooooring) whilst I went for Ferrero Rocher, which blew my mind!
Thanks for reading!