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... 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.
Words of the Day:
“To do nothing is to be complicit.” ...
... that were places of refuge for farmers, shepherds and sometimes whole communities. Provence has 6000 of them! They were used until the end of the 19th century. The village we visited has been restored. The huts are small but would be much better than a house of wood. Dryer, cooler in the summer, warmer against the winter cold and wind.
We drive by the Senanque Abbey which is still a monastery surrounded by fields ...
... have our fair share!
On our first day in Aix en Provence, we had both – croissant and baguette! Aix has a typical French Provencal town feel. We wondered around the markets, ohhing and ahhing over all the amazing food, in between walking around the pedestrianised old town – getting lost in lanes and alleys, coming across quaint little squares, wonderful old buildings and fountains. There is quite an upmarket feel to Aix’s city streets, with lots of ...
Today was an awesome day. I almost opted to stay back at the resort because I was so exhausted from constant activity and 35 degree weather every day but I decided that I am only here in France once and I should take advantage of every opportunity I get. At 9am all six of us piled into the car on our way to the Canyons. Nicolas showed me picture of the Canyon when we were still in Lyon and it looked gorgeous and honestly the pictures do not even do it justice. ...
... visit to a French city is complete without experiencing at least one church, and this was no exception. We came upon the Aix-en-Provence Saint Saveur Cathedral. Although destroyed and rebuilt over the centuries, its first iteration was originally built as a Christian church over Roman ruins in the early 7th century. One
interesting feature is that it consists of ...