Premiere Classe Lourdes
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Today is my last day as a registered doctor in Australia. Tomorrow I retire officially. Mixed feelings, obviously but the right decision, definitely. Drove on to Lourdes. This was where the Virgin Mary appeared to St Bernadette 16 or 18 times in 1858. We were pleasantly surprised to find the religious site not crowded and no trouble to look at everything, as all the basilicas and the Grotto etc were in a Sanctuary that was free ...
... on the motorway. Probably a desperate, and ultimately successful, attempt at euthanasia before the last of their habitat was paved over or eaten
out by sheep. And like Europe there is so little public space. There is virtually nowhere to go
to get away and reflect, fish, camp, enjoy the natural environment, etc. Some *******’s own everything, and the hapless general public has no access to any of it, unless you can afford to pay for it that is!
farmhouse after he had signed the property over to the children. Dennis, the
son-in-law is spending something in the region of 200,000€ extending the house
and modernising the building. They tore down the old roof, damaged by last
year’s storms, revealing wooden nails and the old thatch. It all went. That
evening I popped across to see Michel and invite him for a pastis to find him
sobbing. He has let go, but cannot ...
... to play', silly. It's 'going away!' For months and months as the days get shorter and it makes me S A D. So surely it's time to get back to the equator where the days never get shorter, there's no real ale but Tusker anywhere the sun shines or sets is ok. This is actually a lovely site. Very peaceful and relaxing and way out in the countryside. As I have found so often on this trip the site ...
... not have water? Yes they do, and unlike our family visits in then1950s and 60s it's all 'potable' now. And the public loos are clean and shiny. I could go on about the motorway service areas all with teddybear picnic tables and reasonably priced proper food. Oh come on John. Not praising France. I don't believe it! Anyway, enough of the Victor Meldrew. I couldn't get the blog on line ...