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... the new Hunger Games movie. Of course, it was in French. It was pretty fun and funny because I don't speak French. At one point everyone in the theater laughed and I had no idea what was going on. Good times. If you are traveling abroad and you need a rest day, I recommend seeing a movie in a foreign language. It's a cool experience. Today Cortney stayed in bed all day and I went out exploring in my own. We staying up the hill from the main harbor and it's ...
... and really forced you to reflect on how human behavior can result in genocide and how it can be prevented and resisted more effectively. We finished our tour at a temporary exhibit that displayed the genocide of Rwanda – heartbreaking and eye opening.
Again, not your typical day in Provence, yet an unforgettable experience.
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“To do nothing is to be complicit.” ...
... about in Alexandre Dumas’ novel, The Count of Monte Cristo. The chateau was first used as a fortress and then a prison, and now it serves as a tourist destination.
I stayed with the family of a classmate for about 3 days in Marseille. They were very welcoming and delightful, and it was a restful few days. There are several wonderful hiking trails in Marseille, and we tackled one of them while I was there. The climb was quite steep at times but ...
... produced by local and regional artists and artisans. The pictures attached show some of these things.
Diana took us back to Lyon France for our flight to Barcelona while she departed to Paris for her flight back to Vancouver. We were very graciously welcomed by her sister-in-law Christine for our overnight stay in Lyon prior to our flights. Lyon is a very interesting looking city which we would love to spend more time exploring in the future.
This is a charming village, south of the Luberon mountain area in Provence. It is the home of Peter Mayle, a Brit, who wrote books on rebuilding a farm house in Provence. He describes a snow clad night in winter as being so quiet you could "hear a mouse ****" It has tiny streets and the centre part of it is blocked off during the day.. Parking is an issue (don't ...