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... made you feel. I mean, if the aim is just to make the other person feel as rubbish as you do, then ok, name-call and insult all you like. But normally that isn't the aim hey, the aim is to get what you want, which is not really achieved by name calling and berating the other person. So I suppose you do really need to be a little manipulative, haha! And I always like to think about how I would feel if someone said the same thing to me. So, suffice to say, she was pretty ...
... them last week. We actually thought we might rest yesterday to get ready for the flight home, but we did quite a few kilometres again. As Nise said, we can rest on the plane.
Well the time really has come now, and we need to leave the hotel to come home. We are really looking forward to seeing all our family and friends when we get back, and to being able to relax for a few days.
See you soon,
Alan and Nise
Slept in!! Got down to breakfast just in time for one of the very helpful waiters to whip up a tray of coffee, croissants (these things are ridiculous!!), jams, fruit and juice to take up to our room. Yummy and relaxing morning.
Off for a walk to wherever our feet would take us. We wandered upon Parc Monceau...it was apparently a midday break for the nearby ...
... them! We started the morning with a little street work. Samuel and Jaël walked me to a street where two brothers, also in the Tamil congregation, were participating in metropolitan witnessing. There just happened to be a man there when we arrived who spoke English and I was able to talk to him! We spoke for about 20 minutes. He told me he enjoyed reading the literature but had difficulty finding it in English. I told him about the website ...
... the crowds. We arrived early to avoid the crowds but as you can see from the photos no such luck! We were even lucky to miss the 700 metre long cue for entry on
arrival. A gentleman staff member of the museum pulled us out of the cue and sent us straight to the front. Apparently we got priority because we had Adelaide! Ahhh, the benefits of
travelling with a baby (again)!
The artwork that we saw ...
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