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... year at Blaise Pascal University (Clermont- Ferrand, France).
When I first arrived here I found it all a little to much, to be fair... But moving to a completely different country on your own, without parents or friends is scary! I am the only one from my university at the uni in Clermont, but there are advantages and disadvantages.
... around. Well, I was not really to walk around – he called me out to show me that Corps was very near from there.
Max told me that he was tired and would either go home and leave us there, or needed a small nap. Giving the circumstances, totally agreed that staying in the car and waiting for him to get better was the best idea. He took a 15-minute-long power nap and these 15 minutes ran very slowly because firstly I did not have a good feeling about the whole situation ...
Cleremont-Ferrand is basically known for the nearby volcanoes, cheese, Michelin and some famous former residents like Blaise Pascal. The most iconic building is the gothic Cathedrale Notre Dame, made from volcanic stone.
Volcanos & Pascal:
Puy du Dom, which erupted 10,000 years ago, is the most famous volcano in the region. We hiked up a trail (originally used as a mule track) to its 1465m summit. As we ...
We spent the day in Vichy with Marie Christine, Philippe and the twins.
They took us to the source of the famous Vichy water.
Vichy was the French capital during the WW.
Philippe saw a really tall guy with an NBA back pack on and went across the street to speak with him ~ he plays for the Vichy team and is from Houston! Justin Reynolds.
It was a fun day!
... limit is very difficult and we find ourselves constantly having to speed up and then slow down. It is very tiring in this heat, but the car performs very well. We work hard and make no wrong turns. Again we are having to turn left and right, hairpins and sweeping turns on little forest roads. Single lane, and hoping nothing is coming the other way. The Car is sticking to the tarmac on these roads and it is a little scary but we hang in and the car ...