Worried to burn the fuses in the garage we had turned the power down for Green Car. So we had again to start with less-than-full charge. With Torben Arp coaching from the back seat we had our first try at the rally route. His road-book was an absolute necessary help. On the waty back to Nice Green Car got very low on power. We found a tyre-shop but they demanded a real Monaco-price: 50 € for electricity. We said good-bye and luckily I found a closed garage on the other side of the road with a live electric outlet. We helped ourselves to power for half an hour and continued up to  the mountain-top village Eze. We have developed an eagle's eye for accessible power-outlets and in front of a closed restaurant I found electricity. While Green Cr got power we walked to the top of old Eze perched on a cliff with the most spectacular view of the Blue Coast. When the sun dropped into the Mediterranean we could roll down ten kilometers into Nice. We said good-bye to Torben and Green Car was parked after a long day.

Nina and Hjalte

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