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March 31st set off from John& Claire's arrived Newhaven 5pm parked in docks found that there is a 4 hour delay due to the gales on Monday night so will stay in Dieppe Wednesday night. Went on to Oissel staying right by the river Seine for 2 nights to unwind quiet pitch just 2 vans moved ...
... Finally we took a boat ride on the Seine river to see why Paris is called the city of lights! I am always sad to see my trips come to an end but I will treasure the memories of seeing France for the first time again through their eyes. Even though I know the students will be so glad to be home, I know they too will miss this place and this experience that we shared together. They should all be very proud of themselves as I am proud of them! It truly was a "Bon voyage"! ...
“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard I thought I'd write about a few "snapshots" of the girls' lives abroad thus far that I've been fortunate enough to observe or hear about. So many reflections and conversations about life, how people live it, and observations of culture, cuisine, and the home. Let's start with a few ...
... Stephanie, Julia and Calley back at the Institut. After, Lauren and I walked around a bit but it was raining so I just came back to the house and took a nap. I played Le Lynx again with Clara, and also helped Oscar with his English homework! My host mom wants him to speak English with me so that he can practice (which I'm really grateful for because sometimes it's confusing when I don't understand an entire conversation). Dinner ...
Our gite in the Loire It was the French Government's invitation to D Day veterans to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the landings that first brought my father to Normandy. As we leave Calvados, we pass the village of Camembert and last D Day battlefield, where the Allies encircled the remnants of the German army. The country roads are still the same, but the wayside cafés and boulangeries, where we would have stopped for croissants and French coffee, are ...