Kyriad Design Enzo Montlucon
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... a place of natural beauty that words nor pictures can do justice - but we can try.
What is most noticeable are the colours that are so deep and enchanting. The fields are a rich mixture of greens and made to appear more heavenly as the raindrops remain on each stem. The flowers are vibrant and engage both sight and smell encapsulating spring time in the French countryside. The villages scattered throughout the valley are warm and ...
... the announcements over the PA system (all in French of course) and could hear Gerrans' name a lot, we started to wonder just what was going on. Confirmation came from an Aussie fella on a hotel balcony who said the OGE had won and 'Gerro' was in the Maillot Jaune! What a day! Tried to get to the presentation stage but the crowds were pretty thick, instead walked home via the team buses, where we saw Cadel giving interviews at BMC and then the ramshackle operation that ...
... those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat”, will be famous one day. His words make me think of all the people out there they relate to. It is easy to come up with some speech to impress people, but Roosevelt speaks from the heart and you can tell he means what he says. On April 23rd, I heard so much on critics, the french military, character, pacifism, ...
... increased tenfold, I'm getting to enjoy it. We are currently in a small village called Froncles in Champagne - Ardennes (municipal campsite - 10 euros per nuit - Monsieur much happier). I'm even picking up snippets of the lingo particularly when we walk to a local bar in a village. The funny thing is, these bars look like someone's front room and are not always obvious.
What is more interesting are the subtle changes in ...
... again. I greatly appreciate your efforts to make things easier and comfortable for us. I hope you accept my offer to visit us in Australia some day soon. To my friends in Grenoble (new and old), I wish I had more time to spend with you all. I feel I’ve known you all for so long. Thank you for having us, for allowing us to rest and taking the time to make the most of our stay. I hope to see any of you, all of you if possible, soon.
And that was France! ...