Le Relais Bernard Loiseau
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... that these people were very rude, and this confirmed it. They talked loudly in the silent house all night last night, and made a large dinner which they shared with no one. They had all come on bike, and they blocked the only downstairs toilet with them. (Which, since they were staying on the second floor, they did not seem to mind.) When they left, they also left their dishes dirty in the sink, and their muddy bike trails all over the floor. Now, this is not a ...
... meal, I assured him that it was indeed the best food I had eaten in France so far, which seemed to cheer him up. At 24 euros, it was also the most expensive meal that I have had in a while, but I figured that I should eat good French food at least a few times while I am here. I have many pilgrim’s meals ahead of me, which I have heard greatly vary in quality. I think the treat was well worth it.
Today was a relaxing day, just as I had hoped it would ...
... been reserved for exam season, when I have too much homework. Today, I was tested in different ways. I repeat to myself, "You are stronger than you know, and you are strong enough for this." I found myself saying this a lot today, and I am thankful for the strength that I have. I am thankful to be young and healthy and to have a loving family. These are the things that I remind myself.
You are stronger than you know, and you are strong enough for this. ...
I have added a couple more photos and I am testing to see if these are available if you look at the previous file I sent you, We need to test all this out very well before we make decisions on what is the best to use. It takes time to work it all ...
... a black bear (snoozing), Canadian wolf (prowling), bison (snorting), camels (sneering), big pigs (snuffling) and deer (hiding) - but no partridge or a pear tree. The raccoon was cute peeping out of his tree house and the porcupine's were alarmingly big - and spiky. We also had a little debate (not an argument of course) on capybara and mara and which were which - resolved in Guy and Matthew's favour when we saw the official ...