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... very relieved to get off the road at Narbonne and make our way to the campsite at Colombiers, which is right by the Canal du Midi and quite sheltered. We last stayed here about 5 years ago - in summer. Rob's arms were aching with trying to control the steering.
... easy since their official language (language that is spoken in school/government places) is French, Clarke jokingly pretended to push Anie in. We laughed and continued along the bank. There are 328 structures including aqueducts, bridges, tunnels, locks, etc. along the canal. while walking we could see that France was a cultural hearth (heartland, source area) for clothes since they were very ...
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Week 9: "Pioneering Missions". The speaker, Joe Portale, is one of the founders of YWAM and has been a missionary for about 45 years. He has some truly incredibly stories and is one of the most humble and God loving men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Needless to say, this week is such an awesome week for me as my heart is totally all for missions!
Week 10: "Evangelism". The title speaks for itself. =)
... we continued on to our Mediterranean beach destination, Cap d’Agde. Going to a French beach in May is definitely hit-or-miss with regard to weather, and while the wind was blowing, we were lucky it was sunny and beautiful. And empty. May is definitely the shoulder season, and the place was pretty deserted. We walked on the beach near our place Wednesday night, ran on it on Thursday morning, and then went out to lay out ...
... numbers came right! Prizes were mainly bottles, and we came away with two after giving one away to a group of French people who shared our table. Monday, we headed off to nearby Arles as it was on our long-term wish list of places to visit on the trip and it was impressive, primarily for its well-preserved Roman and medieval architecture. First stop was the amphitheatre, dating back to the first or second century BC, and very well preserved as part of ...