Campanile Montpellier le Millenaire
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... We then travelled to Sete to see the Canal Royal. The town of Sete was developed by 3 royal men; Paul Riquet, Louis XIV, and Knight of Clerville. It was soon renamed to Canal du Midi. It was created to link the Atlantic and Mediterranean. There were 42,000 trees planted along the canal to stabilize the banks of it. As we were walking along the edge of the canal asking people about its history, which ...
... 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 ...
... is fine, there was another hostel confirmation that I got saying that we had to pay for the room in cash, but this one did not. He asked some weird questions and I’m pretty sure it was a guy saying he had a hostel, but really just rented out rooms to people for a couple of nights or a week, however long they dared to stay. The good thing was that our room was in a different building than the “hostel office” and we only had to see this guy as we ...
... when we (well mostly Mikey) cooked up the confit de canard, topped off with obligatory duck fat potatoes, think provencal haricots vertes and a salad with the Carrefour mustard dressing we have become addicted to (thanks Anna and Rick!).
We also had some great meals out including delicious street food like chorizo and other Spanish style tapas, and a fabulous meal at a place Melisa and JB recommended on the corner of our street, sitting alfresco watching ...
... a smallish dinner. We're we wrong. When the pizza came out it was the size of a very large dinner plate and slightly larger than a family size pizza back in Sydney. Me of course had to eat all of mine but Julia struggled to get through a third of hers. (See photo).
Today we firstly purchased me a pair of sandals, just the same as Julia wanted to buy ...