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... people attending the mass I had an overwhelming feeling of comfort. Even if we had nothing else at all in common - we at least had our faith all bring us together for one hour this week at the Cathedral.
Experiencing mass translating to French is really incredible and is a memory I'll keep.
"Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of heart." Psalm ...
... though - there was no turkey. Well, we bought some deli turkey to say that we physically had some... but no one ate it. We were really just not feeling the whole go buy a turkey with its head and feathers still on... Might as well just go kill my own while we're at it! So instead - we bought three roasted chickens... with no heads... fully precooked. They were yummy!
Of course, what's thanksgiving without all the ...
... la bonne solution car, la 1ere chambre c'etait la notre, le quelqu'un c'est moi et pour avoir la paix le reste de la nuit, j'ai du lui donner le code.
Apres cette nuit mouvementee, nous sommes partis visiter La Rochelle, une ville portuaire au bord de l'ocean Atlentique. La vieille ville, la cathedrale, le port et les vestiges des fortifications sont ...
... jacket was not what it claimed. William in bare feet had the old man in the cafe totally bamboozled and we had to get a globe of the world to show him where we came from. Next time he meets a group from nz he will either run and hide or maybe just shoot them. We had a slightly longer cafe break(more than an hour) then headed out into the by now only slightly damp weather. With the weather a little damp our picnic lunch was had in a cafe where we bought ...
These French keyboards are ****.
La Rochelle, what a place. Incredibly hot day. La Rochelle has a massive marina and is currently building another extension to double its current size.
There are three noticable turrets in the town, two of which were used to guard the town harbor by extending a chain between them to prevent enemy ships from entering port.
Traditional wooden houses line each narrow street.