Le Relais du Lac
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... I even started eating. There was so much fat on the lamb chops, it was almost like there was as much fat as there was good meat. I cut the fat off and started eating them, still with the expectation that it would taste pretty great. They were good, but of course they couldn’t live up to my expectations. I had my expectations set so high that I was ready for perfection. But, just like with everything else in life, when expectations are set so high, they become impossible to ...
... is important to take from this story that not everything we see can be understood at first-glance. We carry with us filters and shaped perspectives about the world as a result of our past and our upbringing. We need to realize though, that these filters can discolor what is actually happening.
By traveling, we open ourselves up to seeing things that may be different from what we would immediately think of as right or normal. To call ourselves ...
... weekend of Bastille Day. Everywhere was packed, lucky a nice Frenchmen provided us with a map and a campsite out of town that was likely to have availability. We are staying here for the week right on the beach north of Hossegor at a place near Sigenosse it's a very family type park but we don't mind, happy to have a base for a while. The surf has pretty much non existent for the early part of the week, so ...
we put our feet up. It was close to the shops and the waves so Archie and Dad
where happy. We hired bikes and boards and wetsuits but the water was pretty
warm for a quick swim, Mum and I
sat on the beach it was better than being hot on the boat. The first day we hired the bikes and
found our way to Le,Clerc the big super market, bigger than IGA and
then back to the beach for a swim the second day the clouds were over the sun
and the ...
We had been parked for two days now at Erromardie near St Jean de Luz, so after visiting Bayonne and Biarritz, it was time to see St Jean.
From our camp by the sea we were in a good position to walk some kilometres into town. It was an absolutely beautiful walk, but the ...