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... Gabian, then across to Fouzzilhon then back home through the vineyard road with a beautiful downhill. I bet my last maximum speed, my new max. is 48.3km/hr. It was really hot out 34 degrees.
When we got home we played soccer, watched the team time trial on the Tour de France and then decided to play cards. While we were playing cards I got thirsty so went to the kitchen to get a drink and then a bird flew into the corner of the kitchen and fell. Mum said it ...
Today I was really really excited to go to the pool in Servian.
But the only thing I was bored about was getting ready and putting on our togs. The temperature was 30 degrees. When we got to the pool we swam and we did a lesson with Dad in the indoor pool. It was really good fun, but then I got a headache from wearing my ...
... week if she had been given any forms about the college,
no no no, so at the end of the day we asked the teacher and she reminded Maddi
that they had been given to her on Friday. When we talk forms around any French
system you will be given a lot of forms sometimes even duplicates with the same
information to be filled in, even though this is related to an Anglo-American
section of Camille Claudel - do you think the forms were in English, no. So off
home to ...
... to the thunderstorm coming through – they were leading at the end so that was good – 3 more games won. In one of the games one of the Montpellier coaches called out to Corban as Dusautoir when he was running out of the maul with the ball – very cool – however on this day he was channelling Jerry Collins to help him be a tough player.
The boys all got medals and all of the Montpellier Herault teams were unbeaten so took away a big wooden shield trophy ...
... the many different Spanish regions and their buildings in a village setting which could easily be seen as a working village. Taking the guided hand held video tour which we did we took a trip around the regions and what they represented to their specific region. Poble Espanyol also has artists working there today including painter’s jewellery makers and glass blowers. Really engaging in the Spanish way with late lunches we completed the tour and sat down for a late ...