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So, here we are in La Rochelle, on the Bay of Biscay in France. This is a simultaneous exchange with our place in Southern Spain.
The building is very interesting- obviously originally the headquarters of the Fraternal Society of Arts and Crafts, as spelled out on the front, plus on the two vertical panels "we all love each other" and "we support ...
Today In the morning we had a morning swim. The water was cold. yesterday we went to the poy du fou and it was phenominal. They were trying to act the ww1 and ww2, they did very good. At the poy du fou there were translators that can also change to the radio and I got to keep my one. We are staying at a miniature hotel.
Weather: Overcast in the morning, but sunny in the afternoon; gentle breeze; maximum temperature 26C.
Our day started with breakfast in our room of yoghurt and a banana. Then we made our way to a nearby boulangerie where we ate croissants while sitting at an outside table, facing the harbour - how very French with all the seats facing towards the view. With a local guide booklet in hand we started our self guided walk. At our first site, there were 5 ...
Weather: very hot, with an expected maximum of 36C. It certainly felt like 36, maybe even hotter!
For the past two mornings Jane has woken around 6am to the sound of birds chirping although 'chirping' doesn't really convey the loudness of the noise made by a variety of species of birds.
This morning for breakfast, Sally and Jane drove to the pâtisserie/ boulangerie in Montournais. Jane was introduced as a friend from Australia. She ordered ...
... extended as we shared past experiences as well as discussing current events particularly the problem with Greece and its finances.
After brunch Brad and I went to visit Le Château Mediéval De Saint-Mesmin. When we went to buy our tickets, Jane spoke in French. The lady replied that she was able to speak English. Jane responded that she would like to practise her French and she kindly listened and spoke to us in French. She did revert to English ...