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... Zipped home and threw the food inside, wine in fridge and drove off to Servian which is about an hour away from Montpellier to watch Corban’s rugby team play – we passed the bus on the way doing our 130kms per hour. Rugby was supposed to start at 2pm but got there late and so started about 2.15 – all very relaxed – they had a bit of a round robin type affair playing a number of different teams for about 6 minutes each way. Can’t say the level ...
we thought we had burnt it but the burnt bits just looked like chocolate chips.
We then took a drive to the supermarket where Mum and Dad seem to go every day.
After quickly dropping off the food at home we drove to Servian to watch Corban’s
rugby team and check out the rules, which are slightly different to NZ so
Corban will have to get use to this.
Leaving rugby we drove home to get ready for dinner at Sasha’s
house. We had; ...
... street with parking on both sides, people stop in the middle of the road or wherever they can fit their car – even when the car doesn’t fit the hole. Mecredi (Wednesday) half day school for the kids 8.45am to 11.45am. Tony and Toni took another walk at drop off – we found a Catholic Church in preparation for King Seniors visit – St Bernadettes. Just a quick walk that day of about 45 minutes as we had to get home for the house work – ...
... this road seems to see a car every couple of minutes during the afternoon, but I was fairly sure that would stop once it was dark, and it's the only place I'd found so far where I felt like I could probably camp without being noticed. The sun didn't set until 9:30, and it was only 3 or so, so I busted out the Trangia and made myself a cup of tea. Oh my there are a lot of bugs. Thousands of those grass flies that go in your mouth when you're riding a push bike, and ...
... the end of the lesson they then had to come to the front of the class to present themselves with their picture. Which they found hilarious. All in all it went fairly well.
After break I was then with the older kids, and I decided that as last week we sang “God save the Queen” this week we would write to the Queen. A couple of the girls wanted to write to “the Princess Kate”, which made it slightly more difficult as the ending ...