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... around Montpellier. With all home it was just a normal night with
no rugby to watch as the TV we have only has the main games.
Saturday 26th – Today provided a slow start to
the day with scrambled eggs made by Tom for those remaining at home while Toni
and Tony went out to look at a gym and do a little food shopping. Once Toni and
Tony made it home with a little shopping and of course a little wine and had
some lunch it ...
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... the train we did not even realise that we were there as we were still inside the tunnel when our carriage was at the station. Someone asked and the conductor said doors are now locked but they eventually opened which meant that 50% of the people got off and made their way out of the tunnel and further along that platform. Thankful that we did not need to get off at the next station for a return trip. Following the instructions (admittedly badly) from our ...
... Grandad’s visit!
On Wednesday we caught the train to Le-Grau-du-Roi, which was even quieter than when I went with Jess in January. It didn’t help that it was raining, but we still found somewhere for a coffee before heading back to Nimes, and I did prove that I do live near to the Mediterranean, and we did see the flamingos, so I must live somewhere fairly exotic right?! We then headed out to lunch at Patisserie Courtois, which was nice as ...
... I really like the professor--the same one who teaches the American Essay, a visiting professor from the University of Iowa. But some of the French students in that class are really rude. They chitchat while the professor is talking, and when he speaks the one or two French words that he knows, I can hear snickering about his pronunciation. Not cool! We don't make fun of the way they speak English! But I have met a really sweet French girl ...