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... some time with Roxanna – they played French Trivial Pursuit which was great for them both – Maddi talking in French and Roxanna in English.
Tony and Corban dropped the girls to the d’Olympic Piscine to do lengths and the boys drove on to rugby practise – arrival safe and sound. The pool is a huge 50metre – the girls had fun trying to work out the pool protocols – walking into an area that looked like a changing room but had boys ...
... get money for a locker eventually
making it into the water just with togs for their swim. Once leaving the pool
Maddi and Mum popped into Polygone shopping centre to get Maddi’s stationary
and caught the tram home. Corban and Dad had bet them home after a successful training.
Thursday – Once again Maddi and Corban spent the full day at
school eating Steak and Chocolate gateau for lunch. Mum and Dad picked us up
and we had burritos for tea.
... for a few vinos for Mum and Dad.
Off home we drove for lunch and to continue getting ready for school on Monday – a big day ahead. Monday – Lundi – first day of school – Mum and Dad were up at 6.30am to make sure they were up and ready to get the kids prepared. A big breakfast of scrambled eggs, coco pops and toast was had to ensure the kids has full bellys for the day.
We arrived at 8.30am to meet Madame Fratissier the Principal who ...
... and long and I didn't had many audio books to keep me going (I couldn't read or play games on the phone or the person sitting next to me wouldn't be happy about the mess). I dozed on and off since I still hadn't recovered from the past two days and so the time went quicker than expected. A small sign indicated that we were in France which was exciting. But the only difference I noticed was that the traffic signs looked a little different. The landscape ...
... have to watch it the next chance we get, or maybe we'll be lucky enough to have our schedule overlap with the tour. After a short chat with those blokes we were back on the highway, basically a straight shot to Montpellier. As the trees opened up to our final decent into the city, we were fairly enthusiastic to be staying in a big city, something that Narbonne definitely didn't live up to. Checking into the hotel, Robert and I were ...