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... a foreign world and culture surrounded me. Through the three months whether I was in France, Spain or England, I knew that church was available in a way that wasn't foreign to me. Yes, I might not understand every word said, or in Spain's case - any word... I can follow the mass and feel at home since it always follows the same basic structure of Introductory Rites, liturgy of the ...
Well, as most know - France doesn't celebrate thanksgiving. Which is a real bummer because instead I sat in 5 hours of class and gave a presentation. No thanksgiving spirit around! But as a group, we made up for it after finishing class. All of the students in the group from Charleston gathered at our friend Charlotte's for a makeshift thanksgiving day dinner! Everyone brought a plate and we had a pot luck meal!
... que nous avons vues. Heureusement le soleil est de retour, car l'air de la mer est quand meme assez frais!
Ensuite, nous avons pris la route pour Nantes et nous sommes arrives chez nos amis Gilles et Ingrid en fin d'apres midi. Nous avons passe une belle soiree, nous etions tres heureux de les revoirs et aussi de renouer avec les apericubes!!!
These French keyboards are ****.
La Rochelle, what a place. Incredibly hot day. La Rochelle has a massive marina and is currently building another extension to double its current size.
There are three noticable turrets in the town, two of which were used to guard the town harbor by extending a chain between them to prevent enemy ships from entering port.
Traditional wooden houses line each narrow street.
... case didn't work. The best part was that Jarrod (who is one of Bethany's friends - a professional basketball player for La Rochelle) had to eat all the left overs! He's 6' 8", a professional athlete, and even he was stuffed to the brim! Jarrod gave me a ride back downtown and it was absolutely hysterical watching a 6'8" boy get into a French/European car.
Last night some of the girls in the group and I went to the La Rochelle basketball game. It was ...