A day out to Kaysersberg and a bit of Alsacian sight-seeing April 20th 2012 In stark contrast to the previous week, this week has been busy and fun, the highlight being my afternoon out with Lydie, my French teacher. After doing the round of cleaning at school, we headed off to the picturesque Alsacian town of Kysersberg.
As we descended the road into the town, I was delighted to notice what looked like a medieval look-out tower with a stork perched in its nest on top ... read more
Europe » France » Alsace » Kaysersberg Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
In February 2011 I realized God was giving me an assignment: to go to France - He had given me a passion and a heart for the country and He wanted me to go there to bless the French people and to help build His Kingdom. This revelation took a long time to really work its way into my heart and even longer for me to accept it for my life.
In June 2011 God miraculously opened the way for me to go to France to spend a year of my life (my gap year). So in September 2011 I left Wales, the only home I had ever known and set out full of doubt, fear, excitement and anticipation, ready to live out t... full info