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We spent the first 4 hours on the barge as we had to retrace our steps from yesterday, and go through several locks along the way back to Arleux, it was good and we got off at 11am and cycled for 55kms through several small villages and some urban areas, my impressions of their part of France are that there is not a lot of money, unless the towns are very big there is little. Aristo of shops ...
... upon a car boot sale in a very rough estate on the edge of the town, this was not everyone taste but the Shazell van loved it and invested in a genuine WW2 Army helmet which I was too scared to haggle so paid the cheap €10, Lucy spotted a toy giraffe a mile off and also failed to haggle! Betty insisted we search shops for our favourite Looza drink which she found and then had carry around, later she acquired some Looza glasses to add to our collection at home :-) ...
Word for 5/6: three
With the list of must dos on our minds, we woke up early, paid for our 0.50 Euro showers and sat down at our clean table for breakie - cereal, kiwifruit and yogurt – we are totally Kiwi’s abroad!
While Jason headed down to the DIY store for a hose and fittings – quite a crucial tool to get water from the tap into our ...
... client-centered approach to therapy. I only say I was surprised
because when the title of a class or paper is not written in person
first language, it usually is also not presented in a strength-based way. I just wish the discussion about interventions had
been a bit deeper, but over all a nice class.
Day 7- Joan and I
took a class called “Play and Playfulness.” I was so happy when
the class was primarily based on practical information. We were able ...
23rd May 2012
We woke and had breakfast. John enquired at the fuel barge where we could get water and they said "here"! He also got a baguette and some milk from the boulangerie. At 9.30 we cast off to get some water. If only we had realised yesterday, we could have got it at the same time as the diesel. There was a huge barge moored next to Neptune's Chandlers barge and we tied up alongside the smaller barge like yesterday, although the one we were at ...