Le Guilhaume d'Orange
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... neck and joked that there was a spider on her making Anie let out a shriek as she is deathly afraid of spiders. Clarke laughed and they continued through the labyrinth of exposed bones. The temperature wasnt that bad underground since it was only about 57o Fahrenheit in the catacombs. Although it was disturbing to be surround by a labyrinth of bones and also scary, Clarke and Anie learned more about the past ...
... and helps us understand what it means to truly have the Fear of the Lord, and intimacy with God through it.
Week 6 was "Local Outreach Week". We spent the week in Montpellier working with local ministries in town. We had such an incredible time there and God really used the time to bond us together as a team.
Week 7: "World View". What an eye opening week! It went into detail about how different cultures, generations ...
... the train station, as she met up with us here, and from then on we stayed a total of 5 foreigners touring around this beautiful country. We then toured around the city, walking in the streets of Montpellier, wondering where the next one would take us. We occasionally used the map to find a certain monument to see, but for the most part, we just wandered, taking in the sites.
Not being bound by time lines, and having the option to fully enjoy the moment at hand ...
On the first sunny warm day we saw forecast we took a trip back to the Herault Gorge region (near St Guilhelm Le Desert) to see the Grotte de Clamouse (a cave) and to go canoeing down the Herault River. The cave was quite high up the mountainside, apparently the caves were formed when the river flowed much higher in the gorge. There were a lot of stairs up to the entrance of the cave and then in the cave itself, so Allan had a lovely picnic on his own while he waited for us to ...
Studying one of the many maps & brochures we have access to (there is a tourism office in every village and town in France!) I happened across a symbol that denoted the village of St Guilhem-Le-Desert as one of France's loveliest villages - "Plus beau village de France". I don't know how many villages 'make' this list but I had to see for myself what a 'most beautiful village' looked like. (It's only 1 out of 3 in our ...