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... day, as I have to/get to only work 12 hours per week, spread
over 4 days.
Speaking of the others, perhaps I
should put names with nationalities right now, so I don’t have to
say the American one or the Spanish one. As some of you know, I live
with 2 others. Dana, 21, a lovely girl who comes from Germany and is
in her third year of her studies to be a teacher. ...
... are not to
project a stereotype on all people of one nationality from the way we
were treated by one person from that nationality, for 2 minutes of
one whole day. It’s possible that that one person was having a
rough day, I know I’ve had my fair share.
I cannot say it enough; I have truly
been blessed by God. I will in fact be working in 3 different towns
during my stay here in the Poitu-Charentes, Rochefort, ...
... vegetables with a light cream sauce over it that was to die for. I sopped up the left over sauce with the bread. Eldon's perch was very good and also on a bed of slivered mixed and steamed vegetables. I ordered fries with my dinner. The meal of so good. It feels really good to be back in France. Eldon got us a 500 ml. bottle of the house red. We are never disappointed with the house wines in France. I also had a lovely glass of white wine before our ...
... when we where riding through Milan in the opposite direction on our way to Turkey in 2006)
After passing Turin, another large City, I was on my way to cross the tunnel of Fréjus between Bardonecchia, Italy and Modane, France.
I was stopped by security after paying the toll and directed to follow their van with flashing lights through the 13 km long tunnel and waiving good bye at the ...
Lots of steep uphill today, finally reaching one of the highest points of the whole trip, the Col du Bonhomme
At one point Barbara thought she was being attacked by a bull, but after scrambling up a rock to escape it turned out to be a cow with horns in a frisky mood!
Views back down the valley have been stunning. Thankfully the weather has stayed sunny but cool (upper 60's?)- perfect for hiking. ...