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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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We left Peniscola at 9.15am on a freezing cold and VERY windy morning. We were both wearing thermals and two fleeces. This was going to be another long day, mostly on the Peage, so at least we could get a move on.
There was a violent wind blowing from inland. As we drove ...
Our third stop for our race is France. It was a 17 hour flight with stops in Nairobi and Paris. Anie fell asleep right away on the first flight since she was exhausted from the activities in South Africa, leaving Clarke to get her mind of the fact she was on a plane on her own. She knew she wouldn’t be able to fall asleep as quickly as Anie did so she read a book and listened to music. Luckily on ...
... week we had the YWAM base leaders of Lyon, France come with their DTS students and staff and taught both schools together! There was a lot of people in our teaching room. On Thursday, we hit the streets of Montpellier to put into practice what we learned the three days prior, and had an awesome time doing it! It really took people out of their comfort zones, and was such a good preparation for outreach.
This week is week 11: ...
... the sun (and brave the wind) later Thursday, and almost had the place to ourselves. And it was really pretty, beautiful blue sea, big sandy beach, and nice dunes (where we could set up slightly protected from the breeze). While it was sunny and the weather was pretty good, there were downsides of being at a deserted beach. Very few restaurants were open. We ended up eating pizza at the same place (the only place on our ...
... programme aimed to keep it accessible as a monument to be visited as well as used for a programme of events. David, as a fan of the film 'Gladiator' was in raptures over the building! Next stop was the classical theatre, much of which is not still standing since over the years stone has been removed from the site to construct other buildings. Despite this, you can still get a flavour of what it must have been like, and even today it is used ...