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Good dinner was expensive but delicious room was good shower had no curtains pillows are nice
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... help' from Ben) and the others sliding.
We've had so much fun catching up with old friends. What an incredible place to live. Even the fact that the whole country seems to shut down from 12-2pm (lunch is extremely important) isn't enough to turn you off The French Rivera.
The French certainly reserve ...
... are many and I have to say you need to take responsibility and do your homework. I have a busy job so I knew that I had no time to take exams to be qualified to teach English but I couldn't help but feel I had something to offer. Time is the most precious thing in the world and I wanted to give some where it was needed, where it would be appreciated. So I did my research and came across UK registered charity Globalteer (www.globalteer.org) and ...
... service doesn't mean what it means to us in the states. I woke up this morning to catch the ferry to Venice and it was beautiful!!! I couldn't stop taking pictures. It's spectacular. Words can't describe. We took a gondola ride with Pierre and bought 3 bottles of champagne and lived like rockstars!! I have a soft spot in my heart for Venice, but next up is Florence!!! Stay tuned! ...
... from a fruit stand and then had a picnic on a bench by the sea. We then had to walk a great distance through the massive marina to get back to our hotel and beach. It has been nice today just kicking it and relaxing.
Tomorrow we head to a Chateau near Gap called Picomptal http://www.picomtal.fr/
I am looking forward to this, living like the aristocracies of olden days. I might even have a deja vu!
... much. Tola and Vachanak have blossomed. I am bursting with pride for the way they have taken change in their stride and progressed, Tola is now a paid teacher rather than a volunteer! Vachana will change school this summer so he too will leave home. We are just reviewing living accomodation for Vachanak and Tola but I guess we'll be finding somewhere for all three of them before long. Perhaps Mum will follow too... ...