Luckily, Sainte-Marguerite has been spared by the uncontrolled urban sprawl that plagues the mainland.
Little sausages like me can come here, enjoy the wind, and not worry about cars.
I could taste the salt in the wind - yummy!
We also stopped by the Fort where the Man in the Iron Mask was held prisoner. His identity was never discovered, but Alexandre Dumas posited he was Louis XIV's twin brother.
At the end of our visit, I retreated to my quarters.
My travel bag is my safe zone, and I never need to be coaxed to waddle into it.
Here I am inside my bag on board the ferry back to Cannes. The green blob next to me is my mom.
Dear Lovable Lily,
Thank you for your questions from our previous post on Sainte-Marguerite!
The ferry ride takes about fifteen minutes. That's it! Each ticket costs about fifteen dollars (US) round trip, but I got on for free.
I'm not sure if the monks do something more than pray. I must ask parents to take me back and to take me to the monk's island to find out.
Keep on wagging, love,