Travel Blogs from Saint Florent
... houses on both side, many showing their skeleton of massive wooded beam construction. Finally the modern side of Angers, a lively, seemingly well to do town already getting into the Xmas spirit. I was asking the local 'brown bomber' a lady wearing very thick gloves for directions to the Orange shop - I have had no end of trouble with my Sim card - when she pointed over her shoulder at the brewing skies and said be careful this is coming, it look ominous and not more than ...
... me rappelle tres bien, quand j'etais jeune, m'etre fait entourer par une bande de cerfs affames!
En fin de journee, nous avons longe la Loire ou nous avons vu le Belem, un bateau a voile de 3 mats. Puis nous avons fait la connaissance de l'elephant mecanique, un monstre qui se deplace en arrosant les badauds!
Maintenant, de retour chez Gilles et Ingrid, on se prepare pour un autre festin de bouffe et de vin francais!
... a topic for a university essay which needs to be submitted in Jan, IN FRENCH gulp, and also I want to spend time preparing for my job as an ELA, cos I don't feel confident in this job right now. So need to plan lessons and things, or research around ideas...Hopefully there'll be a time when I actually know what I'm doing and not just bricking it every lesson!!!!
Will hae to post some Angers pics:)
... by a ring of
mountains. Carved out by ancient glaciers, Cirque de Troumouse surrounds us
with cliffs, leaving only about 60 degrees of a full circle. The Pyrenees are
not as dramatic as the Dolomites, but this is partly because we are here at the
end of a dry summer and the grass on the alpine planes is brown. The rock is
geologically varied, the Dolomites were limestone, the Pyrenees a mixed bag of
darker rocks. They are however, much ...
Had an early start and the euro tunnel journey was really straight forward. It only took 30 mins to get to Calais, much better than taking the ferry. It was so windy today I would have been throwing up all over the show. Enroute to Angers was wet and windy but we managed to avoid the worst of it. It was a long drive today, about six hours. We had a ...