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... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
... didn’t get to choose as Charles decided he was making that
decision but it was the special which had poire (pear), caramel, Chantilly
cream and Poire William liqueur. Both Toni and Maddi had planned to have
another ice cream dessert as an individual choice was hard but Charles said
wait and see if you feel like it after your first and he was right no need for
another - too full!.. We walked the walk
400metres down the road with incredibly ...
... and had an hours nap that was well needed! Time to do a bit of studying before a possible evening run. Overheated a bit after my run, a cold shower was a god-send. Ate dinner with Fred and talked about the housing market in France and the Bac, now watching a bit of TV but think I might head to bed before Gaëlle even gets back from her work event, very tired today! Can't believe tomorrow is Wednesday aleeady... This last week is going too ...
... in the morning, we keep the good teacher (Aurelia) and lose the bad one (Estelle). Means I don't miss any lessons next Friday when I go and see Amandine - very excited for that actually. As it was the Friday of the month, each class did a little karaoke which was rather fun. Still got our song in my head (Prendre ta Douleur - Camille). Had to rush off pretty quickly after that to go to Sète... Decided to go with the school to the fishing village ...
... Not busking, just playing for the pleasure of it and he is quite good. The Place de Comedie is apparently one of the largest open spaces in Europe and is borderd by two opera houses. It is a real hub and there are people all over the place. We also visit an art gallery here with a pretty poor exhibition. We are followed by multiple groups of young women in various costumes who are doing some kind of scavenger hunt, they explain they are from the medical school, they're having ...