Up early for dialysis.
The drive through Mouries and Salon was boring. A bit longer than the drive from Eygalieres, with long stretches of straight road. It was sunny but hazy, apparently smog from the coast which blows in when the winds are right.
We hadn’t taken this route for a bit, so had a couple of miscues, but still made it in 50 minutes. All the crew was there at the ATMIR center, except the head nurse – Otilia – who is on vacation until the 25th.
David picked me up a bit before noon, and we wound our way back to Les Baux. A quick snooze ended up being longer than planned, as we were still a bit jet lagged, Late afternoon we headed into Maussane for a carafe of wine. The Café la Fontaine has changed. The blue cow that sat over the entrance is gone, the garish colors and décor are now subtle, and the space next door has been turned into an attractive companion – Bistro Marin, which specializes in seafood.
We opted for an early dinner at Bistro Marin. It was nice. I had cabillaud (cod) cooked in parchment, which was moist and tender. David started with a salmon carpaccio, which was excellent, followed by Daurade (sea bream).
Despite the naps and all the sleep, we were yawning again, so back to the cave apartment and a sound night’s sleep.