Le Domaine de Mestre
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Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.
... but this is the end I have realised it was definitely worth it!!! I have improved my french, I feel more independent and I have had a once in a life time experience!! Year 11 and 12 I will be doing a Distant Education Course of French at school (over the phone and on the computer) so I really hope that this experience will have helped me. I hope everyone is well. I certainly am not looking forwards to the stinking hot weather which is ready to welcome me home. Love Hannah. ...
... into his home for a few days and he, his 19-21year old son and his Spanish wife are so so so so lovely!!! I have only been here for 2 days and they are already so much more of a family!! But it's only temporary. On Friday morning I will be changing to my new family, still in the same area. I will change school also. In my new family, I have a mum, a dad (who is a chef!), 5 and 11 year old brothers and a 16 year old sister. ...
... Charente-Maritime department of the Poitou-Charentes.
The town developed around its military harbour when Louis XIV, in the 17th century, had an important naval base built here on what was previously a region of swamps and marshes A short distance east of here, the large 17th century buildings that include the arsenal and the corderie are on the banks of the Charente river. Over the centuries ...
... with frustration at not being able to pass them. Really nothing much to see at all. Flat farmland everywhere. Drizzling rain has given way to pouring rain as we approach Tours, its nearly 4.30pm. We have been on the road for many hours. Really keen to get to our Gite. We stopped to buy fresh fish and salad for dinner and a bio break
Past Samaur and on toward Brossay. Finally through the village and we arrive at the gite.
It is stunning. Huge ...