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Theatre de la Mer, Sete

'A' was given free tickets to see a singer called Fanny at the Theatre de la Mer in Sete tonight - never heard of her (she has an incredible voice) - she was singing Edith Piaf (so we'd recognise at least one song right?) but we really needed a night out somewhere... Starting at 2115hrs it was a bit late of a start for Alicia, but Delphine kindly looked after her for her first sleep-over at Kiki's and Lou's house... 5 kids in total. We arrived in Sete in good time - thank you madame TomTom and ate our posh picnic on a bench on the cliff by the theatre overlooking the sea and threw crumbs to a mouse on the rocks... watching the life guards rescue an upturned catamaran. Fabulous views from the theatre - the sky cleared of clouds and out came the full moon - during the second song in the nearly completely dark - a beautiful white sailboat floated past on their way to Cap d'Agde. Stunning.

We even got a fab parking space for a change - to avoid the rush out of Sete after the show, we stopped by the carousel for a cappuccino (loads of cream... delicious.) A lovely evening out.

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