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... bags on the back we walked down to Waterloo Station to catch out coach through to Gatwick, it was a really nice day for a walk. Making it in plenty of time for our Easybus (Let’s be honest it was a 12 seater Peugeot van). The van arrived and we made our way out to Gatwick where had a couple of hours to wait before our plane was due to leave. Through security again with bags swabbed this time. The girls went for a look around the shops including walking into ...
... teams we played were ‘rude’ which I
thought was a bit odd as we did not hear any swearing but we later worked out
that ‘rude’ means ‘rough’ in French. It
was then lunch time, we had asked if there was any other games at the end of
the game they lost and were told no – so we were going to hang around and let
Corban enjoy some play time with the boys.
We took his jersey off (very tight like the one worn ...
... to Arles for the walking tour. Van Gogh came to Arles in 1888 for his health and for the French Southern light that was loved by artists. (Unfortunately the weather wasn't giving us an opportunity to enjoy this light.) Van Gogh dreamed of starting an Artists Colony here. The only artist he eventually convinced to come was Gauguin. (Van Gogh's brother Theo also financed Gauguin's stay.) First Van Gogh stayed at a run down house then ...
... and hoped that she did not notice the smudge of strawberry juice on my chin!
We feel very relaxed here and are enjoying the fresh mountain air and warm sunny climate. Rain is forecast tomorrow afternoon, but we plan to hike in the morning and then have "home school" in the afternoon. The kids have been trying to speak more French, et moi aussi. Isa and Antoine have been patient in helping us improve our conversational skills.
... afternoon with the temps topping thirty eight as we began our walk into the park which now houses the aqueduct, much different from our last visit where we simply pulled up on a dirt road on the river bank to view it for free! Not so now as it is complete with car park at eighteen Euros per car and add on costs depending on what you wanted to do. Fortunately we only wanted to get up onto the actual aqueduct and that was all inclusive ...