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... beach wins for having the finest, softest sand I have ever touched. Again, we hit up a Carrefour before we headed out and bought a variety of things to eat while we hung out in the sun. It was a grand day where we waded into the water and were able to rekindle our inner child while we ran away from the bigger waves, as they had a tendency to sneak up on us. We also lazed around on the beach, collected sea shells (mine ended up disappearing…) and just as the ...
Pack up at gite as we have to leave today. Goodbye to lovely grandparents, Pirette and Serge and the rest of family at Ecole de Saint Roman. We cannot go too far as Patrick has a dentist appointment for a broken tooth later this afternoon. So Aigues-Mortes again, this time to walk the ramparts. When we arrive we are not allowed to take the dogs with us. Too hot to leave them in the car. Nothing is going right! Sulky lunch then off to dentist. Dentist, ...
... boardwalk to it across a stretch of marshland reserve. After picnic lunch in the sun we get bikes out of van and cycle for three glorious kilometres along the canal. Then a crunch and the differential on my bike falls apart. This time I do cry. This exactly the same as last year with Patrick's bike. The bikes are still under warranty but that is of no use here. Patrick pedals all the way back to the ...
... for when we get home. We also have a daily French challenge to work out some phrases we might need to use. e.g. "puis-je s'il vous plaît avoir 6 timbres pour envoyer des cartes postales à la Nouvelle-Zélande" Work that one out. Tip: The translator app on the iPad has saved us, and it has audio! I just can't work how they know I'm not ...
In an Old House in Montpellier, all covered with tile,
Dwelt a strange little girl who came to stay for a while.
She came to stay for a while, to study the Plague,
To learn about Languedoc, and eat delicious bread.
She emerged to take breakfast, croissants and tea,
With a kindly old (YOUNG!) woman who taught history.
This wonderful ...