Le Grand Hotel
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... easy since their official language (language that is spoken in school/government places) is French, Clarke jokingly pretended to push Anie in. We laughed and continued along the bank. There are 328 structures including aqueducts, bridges, tunnels, locks, etc. along the canal. while walking we could see that France was a cultural hearth (heartland, source area) for clothes since they were very ...
... and with God". A necessary teaching that I feel some DTS's miss out on, since our whole entire walk with God is a relationship!
Week 5: "Intimacy with God through understanding the Fear of the Lord"
Such an incredible and challenging week, especially after getting things cleared up with God's father heart for you, it's hard to turn around and think about fearing Him! But it was taught in such an incredible and loving way that ...
... was another young student city, as there is a pretty big university there. I ate the best crepe with Nutella and a banana that I have ever had during my time here in France so far. I am sad that I will be stuck comparing all crepes to this big yummy, good priced crepe from now on….I haven’t actually had a crepe in Rochefort yet. Perhaps I should start taste testing ;)
The first day we checked into our “hostel,” fetched ...
... they are together organizing a poetry festival in SÚte. She says everyone in her family sang and she loves opera and jazz. Later when we saw a poster for a summer jazz festival in SÚte listing Trombone Shorty from New Orleans who we have seen twice and told her about him, she knew exactly who he was and thinks he is as fantastic as we do. Suffice to say, she took a shine to us (the Lucas link) and we to her, so she offered us the password for her WIFI which showed ...
... farms - and I glimpsed some pink flamingos, in the distance on the lagoon. Bouziques is the main oyster centre and it was time to indulge in seafood sitting at a restaurant on the seaside. Oysters, mussels, shrimps, sea snails and clams washed down with a local white wine. Simon remarked that he had never eaten so many oysters in his life. Home via Sete which was a much larger seaside town than I thought, with a large port. I got lost winding through the narrow streets. A great ...