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WOW! Cannot believe 2014 has come to an end! Many great things happened last year. My best friend got married, friends got engaged, announced pregnancies, I travelled to Rarotonga and Singapore... and then made the big move to France! Leading up to the end of 2014, Jayden had a couple of days off rugby, which allowed for us to go on a couple of day trips. First day trip was to Saint Emilion, a small historical vineyard town about 45 minutes inland from Bordeaux. One ...
... had been cooked by some Fijians. So we headed on down and joined them all. It was great to meet some new people here, and join them and their families in celebrating Christmas away from home. There was plenty on the menu, from Chicken, Pork, Beef, Salad and Vegetables! The owner of the Dog and Duck has just purchased an 8 week old British Bulldog. Was fair to say we got our doggy fix this night! Overall, a very cruisy ...
... infatuated with the food. We eventually proceeded onwards and made it into two antique shops and found a windmill and some nice stretches of water. In Marken we found lots of sheep and a closed clogs store, which was immensely disheartening. That night we went out to this jazz bar which was a riot, we ordered ordered a few (expensive) beers and listened to some quality music. The bassist's voice was phenomenal and the sax player was well versed. He had ...
... about rugby and told then how the all blacks are shocking, having some NZ's with us it was a bit of a slanging match between them. He left the Aussies out of it thank god for that. We ordered what we thought was a simple toasted sandwich you would think by now we would have realised that nothing in France is simple, the "sandwich", was delicious but more like a bread pie, bit hard to explain.
We arrived in ...
... 8217;s tomb because the knight who owned the land had been on a crusade and, if you read my Israel blog, you can read about the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
The actual church was the biggest monolithic church in Europe. It was used as a pilgrimage location and St. Emilion’s bones were placed in the middle. It was most likely a very wealthy church. It was really very impressive. It had high ceilings and frescos on the walls. A relief of St. George and the Dragon ...