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... squirrels were out in force. Corban was a little worried the squirrels would get him. Off to see the Queen, we had given her advance notice that we were coming and our time was limited but we unfortunately were unable to make our calendars work. We viewed Buckingham Palace from the outside only taking some pictures and waved as royal Kings do. With the planned part of the day all completed we walked back via Big Ben had a great view. The boys wandered back to the ...
After breakfast which consisted of a plate for each of us made up of a baguette, pane de chocolate, croissant, Easter egg as well as cereals of our choice, we ventured out to walk around the old town. Phil had the map in hand and became our own private tour guide for the day.
Montpellier is known as the oldest Medical university in the western world. The architecture dates back to the 12th century and the building is beautiful with ...
... 30am in the morning which of course kept us
awake for a good while after that. In
the main worrying that the check by the one hotel staff member was okay and
just someone smoking in their room made the alarm go off – this would not have
happened as badly in New Zealand hotels.
Thus we woke at about 7.30am still tired to take Corban off to his rugby
Corban played 3 games – they won their first, just lost their ...
... and helps us understand what it means to truly have the Fear of the Lord, and intimacy with God through it.
Week 6 was "Local Outreach Week". We spent the week in Montpellier working with local ministries in town. We had such an incredible time there and God really used the time to bond us together as a team.
Week 7: "World View". What an eye opening week! It went into detail about how different cultures, generations ...
... was as tall as me or better. There’s holding your ground against a slowly growing crowd, and then there’s keeping an over-entitled person from ruining everyone’s fun.
After the race, we began the process of making our way back to the bus, and to the tram, and to the bus, to our campsite. We joined the crowd flowing away from the stadium, and much to our surprise, found ourselves walking past the team buses and support cars. Usually, they find a ...