Première Classe Sete Nord - Balaruc le Vieux
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It has been about 9 weeks since our last blog.
Seeing as how it's mostly been teaching, I wanted to keep the blog to travel events and ministry, but here's an update on how the students are doing!
Week 3: "The Father Heart of God" week. It's always a big one in a DTS, as it often deals with the way people see God, and the way He looks at us.
Week 4 was a week on "Relationships: With friends and family, opposite gender, ...
... was another young student city, as there is a pretty big university there. I ate the best crepe with Nutella and a banana that I have ever had during my time here in France so far. I am sad that I will be stuck comparing all crepes to this big yummy, good priced crepe from now on….I haven’t actually had a crepe in Rochefort yet. Perhaps I should start taste testing ;)
The first day we checked into our “hostel,” fetched ...
... does a temporary fix on the tooth and refuses any payment. How extraordinary and kind. Back to Marsillargues to chambre d'hote for one night. Beautiful 18th century town house with amazing collection of antiques and ethnic art. Dinner in Marsillargues and one last glass of wine in the Cafe du Midi, our favourite haunt. This time we get free peanuts and olives, a sort of loyalty scheme reward perhaps? I think I get a smile from the owner but it is hard to ...
... There is a bus stop outside the campsite and a train station in the centre of town so trips to Montpellier and Beziers are planned in the next few days. Frontignan Muscat is made here, it has a rippled bottle, a visit to another factory seems a must. We have met a fabulous couple who through their charity work have fought the establishment with regards to improvements in bowel cancer care. Barbara who was a sufferer has written a book, been to 10 Downing Street and ...
... up and about it was a leisurely walk around the corner as there is a little street full of shops and restaurants we want to have a look at. Following a browse we chose somewhere to have lunch and sat down to Ei's first meal containing some Fruits de Mer (Fruits of the sea) with half a lobster, some langoustine and scallops, whilst I went for curried mussels, all washed down with a half a carafe of local rosé wine, very nice. We had a short walk on the beach, dipping our toes ...