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... on our friend Sebastian,who lives next door and is French, came over and helped Dad, Olli and I, put together our new racing bikes. We can now go for bike rides around France with Dad. The rest of the day we were relaxing.
We had an early tea and we were all in bed early. The temperature is 35 degrees and very hot again.
4.45am Mum and Dad woke me up to get dressed.
We took a taxi to Luton Airport. We flew on Easyjet it was a really fast trip only 1.5hrs.
There were heaps and heaps of private jets at Luton airport. We had breakfast at the airport.
Once we got off the plane in Montpellier we picked up our bags and got our car. It ...
Not put off by the fact we didn't pack a bucket and spade with us for our trip, we set off today towards what I think is politely called 'typical 1970's French beach vacation resort'. Very popular we hear 40 years ago - however upon arrival at Le Grand Motte just some 30km or so from Montpellier, it has clearly lost some of its edge! A very tired town that was clearly once some keen young architects vision of a mini Disney-on-sea for the French, it had ...
... had quite an interesting outcome, and a lot of the students, though feeling a little awkward during the exercise, gained courage and confidence in both hearing the voice of God and prophecy.
Overall, it was a great introduction into the main DTS teaching weeks, and the students all had quite a few revelation moments that (positively) changed their perspective on christianity, God, and themselves. But nothing could have prepared us (or DID prepare us) for ...
... stopped forcing us to ride close to their entrances to turnaround, both of us waiting for them to pop-up out of their armchair with their toothless grin and rifles.
The next sign we saw for camping was a little hand painted one, but had some sort of sticker endorsing it. The way our bodies felt from the shock of riding all day and no food, we felt blessed to have seen it. A very old French couple wearing 1940’s farm clothes sitting under a huge willow tree ...