Ibis Marne La Vallee Champs
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... did not have the time to do so. That was also the night that homesickness struck me (these things have such good timing don't they?) and I ended up calling my mother very shaken up, supposedly about speaking french, but probably more about missing home and being alone in a foreign country. I am so grateful that my mom is and has always been there for me at these times though, and I got through it thanks to her.
On Tuesday, I had a rendez vous with our ...
Arrived CDG after about 23 hrs from Adelaide via DBX with 3 hour stopover. Flew first leg in a 777 and then A380 by Emirates. Had good seats and managed to get. Few hours sleep on both legs. On the final leg there were 4 babies within a few rows and all were great. We had just collected our bags and were about to go through customs and the terminal wash shut down for over an hour with a bomb scare from a unaccompanied piece of luggage ...
... a little confused. Life is pretty luxurious here compared to Burkina, I can't wait to tell you all my amazing stories! Anyways, we took a tour of the Grand Mosqué and listened to the missionaries experiences. We happened to be in the Mosque during the call to prayer and every single person in our group went silent and we all felt so happy. In Burkina we heard the call to prayer 5 times a day, everyday and it was such ...
... A lovely family greeting each other with a hugs and kisses. I missed my daughter, kisses babe. The menu was varied. I had a pasta carbonara as a main and chocolate pudding as desert. Greg had smoked fish followed by a apple and fig tart. The meals were tasty but as usual with gluten free deserts they were a bit dry. We were just so tired after our long walk that day we didn't linger. A nice end to a great ...
... through the Latin Quarter to Place de St Michel where there is a massive fountain and is a meeting place for many Parisians. Then we walked along the Seine to Isle St Louis. Some shops were open. France basically closes down for shopping on Sundays so it limits your choices as to what to do. We had lunch there with flying buttresses of Notre
Dame in view. I am totally over people smoking over here. I have zero tolerance of smoke and here lots of people ...