So from the rolling greens and lavender fields, we moved on from the hilly areas and travelled into the coastal region of the South of France.
From there, we experienced a change in temperatures and landscapes; from a windy and cool climate to a hot and humid environment, and from countryside views to pebbled beaches and azure blue waters. Not that this was cause for complain – while I loved the lavender fields and peaceful views of the French countryside (if you couldn’t tell from my previous post hehe), I’m an absolute water baby and was ever ready to hit the beach!
So here we are, moving along the South of France, entering into the French Riveria 🙂
Yup our stay in the South of France was well… c’est magnifique, as how I would describe like the 2 French kids 🙂 I got to indulge in my favourite cuisine (there were some misses but some good hits too), get abit of sun, hit the azure waters when it got too hot, do abit of shopping at a relaxed pace and just take in the French Riveria scenery.. so it was all quite a nice experience really (pun fully intended).
With that, we continued along the coast line to enter into the Italian Riveria 🙂 So hold on for our Italian leg!