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Had another 4hr drive South East today, through Millau Town with the stunning Millau Bridge in the distance. Having dipped down into the town and not going over the bridge we rejoined the A75 for a few km's before coming off and traveling 50km across some wonderful terrain before arriving at Le Val de L'Arre in Le Vigan. We shall move on ...
... seen it before and we enjoyed going back to Les Baux, a village set high on clifftop, overlooking a beautiful valley. Our walking tour of Arles included the sites where Van Gogh produced some of his famous paintings, as well as the massive Roman arena.
Although it is peak holiday season and there was no shortage of tourists, along with the musicians and buskers, it all seemed to add to ...
... and small projects" and Maggie was given "Hospitality" which she does exceptionally well, I might add. So far, we very much enjoy our housing and our housemates, and seem to have fit right in as if we were here all along.
On wednesday, we began to pray about where the outreach location would be. We couldn't be more excited about the places that God spoke to us about. Nothing is confirmed yet, but it looks like the ...
... from here on out, seems summer has finally come to see us!!!
I will be uploading more pictures of Paris in this entry
And whatever else I may have on my tablet
PS i have a massive amount of other pictures from my phone and camera, along with 13 gigs of
pics from Abde's tablet.
Taking it easy in the south of France
A steam train operates from Anduze to Ste. Jon du Gard via the Bambouserie, a tropical garden containing not surprisingly a shed load of Bamboo! In fact it is Europes largest Bamboo forest and also had Gingko and Sequoia trees there. We had 2 hrs to look around the wonderful gardens then completed our train ...