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... the quaint town of Giverny we set off to wander some more only to discover that Mark had somehow lost his phone with credit cards and ID. OMG how can he manage to lose something else in 2 days! Yesterday it was his Ray Bans now the phone! Two hours later and a new set of undies for Mark, it was found , everything in tact by some kind couple who handed ...
... to see! It's a bit of a struggle, but hopefully she'll be more comfortable with me over the next few weeks.
Overall, my first week has been a definite learning experience. I still feel a little out of place, but everyday I am beginning to feel more and more at home. In the next few weeks, I will hopefully establish more of a regular schedule and be able to explore more of the area and Paris. I love hearing from all of you, so keep the comments and messages coming!
... think maybe we've been a bit spoilt as it wasn't even busy it's just that the roads till now have been empty. As we left the next pretty town of Ezy-sur-Eure Peter noticed a bike path to our left going the same direction as us. Turns out it was an old train line and it was great cycling, we only saw another 6 cyclists, perfect even for Louise & Diane! As it was so quiet Peter realised my gears were noisy so some time was spent with ...
Since the "push" is on earnest and we are now heading inexorably for Norway, this morning we were up'n'at'm fairly early, but by the time we'd done a few chores, and I'd bought another couple of hours of wifi, since the last lot ran out at about 00.30 this morning, and I was able to get a few more bits of drivel on the air.
... places of your dead will always be respected and cared for.
http://www.ww1westernfront.gov.au/ville rs-bretonneux/town-of-villers-bretonneu x.html
The Australian memorial was being prepared for Anzac day dawn services. Thousands of chairs, sound equipment and more.
I met an Australian man who is part of the team looking after the sites, this is the fourth year he has been involved ...