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... was as good as Tawa standard and the kids are not very big but that is good for Corban – they kick a bit which seems silly at this age so something for Corban to start practising.
Home again and off to Sasha’s for dinner – lovely night – we were treated to Jean-Luc’s French cooking and the wonderful smelly cheeses. Toulouse sausage – the squirly whirly one, Aligot – which is a dish made from melted cheese and mashed potato (heaps ...
... potatoes which is called Aligot which was an unusual
taste, Toulouse sausage which was very salty and yummy, different types of
salami and cheese. For dessert we had our caramel fudge, chocolat and chouqettes
(a little hollow choux pastry like an éclair with little droplets of honey and
sugar) which we all loved. We watched Scooby-doo in English and didn’t get home
till 11pm, we don’t have English channels so this was a treat.
... dream without the home help!!
Picked the kids up from school with ham filled croissants and off to our regular Sporting Store – Decathlon (who has an impressive system to get enrolled in their loyalty programme – self-service computer generated card on the spot with your name on and choice of picture!!, Toni in her element). Rugby boots purchased – Adidas and mouth guard for Corban’s training that afternoon. Quick shop at the super marche ...
... me everywhere I go! If finding quiet places was easier I'd up and try somewhere else, but I may not find anywhere else and damn it if I'm not going to wild camp tonight. Some cars drove past, and some dirt bikers rode right past me, but nobody seemed to pay me any notice. I went for a walk along the clay flats to pass the time, then rigged up my hoodie with my iPad so I could start this blog entry without the bugs flying into my face all the time. Just after 5pm, a ...
... Queen is not how you’d end a letter to anyone else. I was fairly impressed with how they picked it up though: I asked them what would they put in a letter to the Queen and they came up with pretty much what I was hoping for. It’s not a complex letter, but with the brainstorming and the planning of the letter, we only had time to start writing it in neat in the last 10 minutes of the lesson, so that means I don’t really have to plan anything for ...