Nemea Residence Les Portes des Cevennes
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... coloured buildings and Gourdes. Being off-season, the towns were deserted and we could walk everywhere without having to jostle with other tourists. Also, to Peter's delight, there were no shops open!
Big excitement in L'Isle this morning when we went out for our morning coffee: a television program was being filmed in the town square. Unfortunately, they didn't need any Aussie extras.
Off to Venice tomorrow.
... white wine. Delicious!
We spent some time with the kids too and it was cute to see how likened my dad to their Grandpa, Papou ;-) They are the sweetest kids and such a joy to be around. Alexi showed me his Christmas list for the Père Noël; it’s such fun to see kids that age filled with the wonder and magic of Christmas.
Words for the Day:
"Integrate what you believe into every single area of your life." - Meryl Streep
... view the world, versus the world view of The Kingdom. There was a lot during that teaching that I had never heard before, and everyone really gained a lot of new perspective.
Week 8: "Identity in Christ" taught by the lovely Janet Weiner. This is also usually a very intense week, as it tends to expose and break down a lot of lies that we usually believe about ourselves, and helps us face the truth of who God has created us to be ...
It was a very noisy night. Although the traffic on the road lessened, the leaves on the trees made very loud rustling noise and the wind whistled through the branches. Still, we dumped and filled partially and ventured towards Remoulins. By mistake, we took the wrong turning and ended up at Pont de Gard. We saw this many years ago very briefly, but it is now a world heritage attraction with a world heritage price. But, in ...
... gallons a day to this town. The Romans had baths, sewage systems etc. all needing water. The aqueduct was built mainly by Roman soldiers for the entire length. It still is intact for much of its path. We were able to see the bridge that was triple tiered and went across the river. It was really an engineering masterpiece. It was built in the 1st century AD and is still standing. After our tour of that we came back to the ship