August 11, 2005


I have recently been on two short visits to France. The first was a weekend with some friends from home (ie: school friends) to disneyland paris. It was a good laugh, even though we ended up going round in two groups all the time and the 6 of us only went on a ride all together once. The trip also spawned several new sayings from Edd and Jason, these included "PO-TAY-TOES", " A Skull" and "You shall not pass" (i'm sure this only makes sense to the 3 of us).
The best of the many photos I took are now up here under Summer Holiday.

The following weekend (and a bit) I went with my family to Brittany. We stayed in the house my parents bought recently. They got it as an empty shell and someone has been doing it up for them during the last few months. It was not quite finished but it was still very nice and good to finally see it. We also managed to get to the coast.

Also, as I did with Chris when he went travelling, I have created some pictures of John depicting how I think he will fare in India. They are in Hamtarian Photonometry.

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  1. Borris

    excellent photos and brings back good memories. Before i was ditched.

    If only i owned a big clock that I would distort time.

    12 Aug 2005, 02:46

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