Hotel Les Calanques
Travel Blogs from Ste-Maxime
... game from morning to dark. Their children play on the playground, and sometimes the mothers sit near them on park benches. We became quite curious about what kept them entertained all day long. Finally we walked by them to get a closer look, and Mark took a picture of them from our sixth floor balcony. We figured out that the game must be Rummikub. Maybe we should consider it for our games ...
We planned to have dinner on the beach our last night in France, but the evening was so beautiful and we felt so deserving after walking 9 miles that we did it tonight. We lucked into a table in the sand about six feet from the water's edge with sunset views over the bay. The food and wine were also ...
... accent saying **** made it all the more funny. Being so happy from the news of the campsite I was in hysterics at this lady. The 3* campsite was immense, the best luxury of this trip, it was more of a resort than a campsite. Swimming pools, slides, hot showers, wifi, TV rooms were what luxury was! Ben and I relaxed again, being totally ****** from our long day of exploring- I could sit here all night, beer is so cheap and watching the night sky costs nothing.
... who control relationships for their own good... But as one very generous, kind and anonymous donor said to me recently, there is no place for ego when helping others. I couldn't agree more. What I get from volunteering is beyond description but it's powerful stuff and I will say that I am continually pulling myself into place and saying "this is not about you, this is about them" and I swear that I make every effort to bear that in mind with every ...
... bearing in mind I needed a rest when I arrived, have worked like a trojan for 3 weeks it isn't really surprising.
The last flight is also delayed an hour.
So here I am back eating lunch at my desk.
The washing pile is enormous even after 4 machine loads.
I have a cold.
My trip all but a memory.
I look forward to the next meeting.
This is the hope of my life.
How many ...