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Travel Blogs from Genas
... main' entrances. I was meeting a friend from my Scotland tour and after about half an hour of waiting for each other at the main entrance, we finally found each other inside the markets and stopped for tea and scones. - Go the the borough markets. - Stop to watch the buskers, I'm still regretting not joining the crowd of people watching a dance crew in the convent garden markets because I just don't know what they did to earn that round ...
... you travel with anyone for a long period if time, it'll be in the blog. Maybe it'll give her incentive to not be annoying. Who knows. My portrayal of her in this blog will be honest no matter what though... Ah the future is an interesting time. But life is normal on the home front. I'm reading a book called Shantaram at the moment and I love it. Very philosophical yet action packed at the same time. I'm only about half way through it though. Recently I've also been ...
... of the banister, and I trusted that as a college graduate, I was smart enough
to know how to do it myself. I’m sure you can see where this is going. As I
climbed up and was almost at the top, I leaned back to throw my leg over the
railing. Bad move. The ladder slipped off the banister and fell straight up
onto the floor with me pinched in-between it and the bed. I managed to get into
the bed after making sure I didn’t scare the kids half ...
Ok, so not the usual direct route one would take to get from Magny-le-Hogney to Lyon, however, after our initial decision of not visiting Paris (joint decision regarding this holiday being about what was best for the kids) we decided to throw it in anyway (even if the visit is simply for a Griswald family photo opportunity with one of the World's most iconic structures). James and I had already been to Paris on our honeymoon where we climbed the tower, however, Ayden was ...
... like potatoes and then fried in a frying pan, as well as just for a bit of fun and to make sure that everyone hadn't forgotten how to use their knives, we make potato chains and a potato cube (with a little ball inside it that turns).
Friday is always the stressful day as this involves our weekly evaluation. For this week we had to:
1. Clarified butter
2. Fish Stock
4. Jus de Vollaile
5. Sauce Americaine
6. 100g ...