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Well, today we didn't do very much - a thankfully quiet day in the town.
Madeleine had organised a guided tour for the Draguignan students at one of the museums - the Musee des Arts et Traditions Populaires, a showcase of local life for the last 200 years. All very interesting, but the guide only spoke french and all the displays were in french, so spent my time looking at all the displays.
What struck me was the fact that ...
... computer labs. Go figure. But the cafe was amazing - full lunch for students for a one euro contribution, staff too. Then we drove back to Draguignan to the Lycée General et Technologique Jean Moulin. Chalk and cheese. This establishment is a jazzed up 1950's building, also complete with security entry and fully serviced cafe. After lunch and a stop at a Main Street cafe, we drove the 10km to Lorgues to our last school, Thomas Edison. This ...
... a picnic and a drive through lower Provence. They were all so nervous when we arrived in Nice as they were meeting their French families for the two week stay. It's a big step for them to stay with a French family and speak French for two week, and also go to school. We haven't had any phone calls yet!
You will be pleased to know that we have visited a boulangerie already - coffee and croissant for ...
... numb, blue fingers gripping those brake levers). The only hot things around are the brake pads on your wheels.
The pictures will have to supply the other thousands of words for this story; once again I am late getting to sleep and still haven't written any of the postcards I intended to write today. Time flies when you are having fun! - Goodnight, or morning, or whatever time it is wherever you are.
... Mesfin let out a very impressive whistle which in addition to catching the attention of the locals, also brought Henry into our group.
We then had one of the nicest descents on the trip, passing by the French Artillery School. Must say the bit you can see from the road does not suggest that it is a very useful training area, but of course I could not see very much.
As we approached Draguignan, ...
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