... and wine.
When traveling in countries that were once colonies, it is interesting to observe what actually "sticks" from the imposed colonizing culture. As near as I can tell, the one thing that always sticks in former British colonies, is the game of cricket (except for the US - go figger). The one thing that sticks in former French colonies is great food and wine.
Sigrid started to get a blister after our most recent excursion. Since the next phase of the trip is going to require some hiking, we decided to stay close to the hotel today and get it better. Some time at the pool and in-room picnic of French wine, pate, salami, cheese, olives, and fresh baked baguettes made it a very good day:
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