Hotel des Rieges
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... We make sure they have plenty of food in their bag for morning tea but there never seems to be enough time for them to eat it supposedly.
We had to pop to the bank to pick up our Cheque book and debit card and organise some saving on deposit – Robin was not there and so we had fun trying to converse with the two lovely ladies at reception to try and get everything sorted – a few smiles, laughs, use of Google Translate by all of us and then we were on our ...
we thought we had burnt it but the burnt bits just looked like chocolate chips.
We then took a drive to the supermarket where Mum and Dad seem to go every day.
After quickly dropping off the food at home we drove to Servian to watch Corban’s
rugby team and check out the rules, which are slightly different to NZ so
Corban will have to get use to this.
Leaving rugby we drove home to get ready for dinner at Sasha’s
house. We had; ...
... dwarfed, Corban just had a big smile on his face and was in his element. Nouvelle Zealand was heard many times during the training period. Cecile one of the parent managers brought over a polo shirt for Corban which they said was very big but was exactly the right size – he was to wear that along with his track suit, shorts and socks as his ‘Number Ones’ to games. They travel to the games as a team in the bus supplied by the club – parents ...
... through it. What's the point of having a pay by credit card lane if it doesn't take the largest network of credit cards in the world? The next problem was that there was no way to cancel and get my ticket back to try another lane, so I had to press the help button. Fortunately being early on a Sunday morning there was no traffic banking up behind me. The lady spoke English, which was a stroke of good fortune, and she asked if I had any coins. I did in fact have a 1 Euro ...
... was time to pack the next morning and catch the bus back to Avignon, to catch my reserved train to Grenoble, to be picked up by Sophie, to head to her house and celebrate Alex's 21st birthday a few days early, before I headed to Paris on Friday. It all blew by me so quickly, but not without a little excitement: about broke or seriously sprained my ankle on my way, fully loaded w/ my pack, to the bus.............