30km of 2849 so far…
After a little bit of laundry, I took just a couple of things and departed for Toulon. Even if in the map La Seyne appears to be attached to Toulon, I had to cycle 10 painful kilometers, getting lost in the numerous roundabouts and trying to avoid the highway that all the roads are leading to. It took about an hour and by the time I made it to its port I was already a little disappointed, as it was yet another extremely busy city with loads of traffic. I wondered a little bit around the civilian port which is next to the military one and I asked my questions at the tourist office.
It was only when I left the port and started walking a little northern into the city center that I started linking it. There was an open market on one of the main pedestrian streets, from where I bought a few supplies for the night.
After my lunch and a couple of hours of walking within the alleys, I rested in one of the numerous cafes for a cold drink and some internet.
I left the city early enough to get back to the camping in day light. But once again it took me some time and many questions to find the correct route. I am sure this will happen again tomorrow that I will have to do the same route again to continue my trip to the east.
What’s holding up his loin cloth?
I think his cloth has been stapled to his thing