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... It was amazing sitting in the dark looking at all the lights while everyone sleeps.
Then we headed back and on the way back the most amazing thing happened a whole group of bats were flying around and two bats were playing chasing right in front of my face. When we got back we got out of our bike gear and put on our running gear and went and did a run. We headed out to Avenue De Pain and did my session. ...
... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... a huge insight particularly for Maddi has to how some live. Shacks and cardboard houses on a block on the corner showed that life and life struggles are measured in different ways, a good reminder for Maddi about the privileged lifee she has. Now if anyone has stayed at Ibis Budget you will know, limited accommodation for you to sleep and that is it. Maddi was on a bunk above our bed, the toilet had a separate room with the shower and sink being in the same room. The shower ...
... wines, Rose and also a red from Pic Saint Loop provided by Sophie.
We had a lovely night, the kids watching a movie in Corban’s room whilst we got to know Sophie and Barb better.
We had plenty of leftovers for the rest of the week to enjoy….
Friday 1st – Fête du Travail (Labour Day). With everything closed a lazy day was planned bar the neighbourhood street meal. Toni got to work and cooked up the remains of the night before into ...
... achieved as a family. Leaving the top of the staircase we let Mr Arrogant past and took our time heading through to Columbiers which was another 6km up river where we intended to spend the night. Everybody got to have a time as captain while we went through a fairly narrow stretch of canal. Arriving in Columbiers around 6pm was probably our last successful boating challenge for the day and that was twisting, turning and backing it into our mooring around land and other boats, ...