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... t want to be the odd man out. Being alone means you have to make all of your own decisions without the influence of others. This means you make your own mistakes as well, which is an important part of figuring out who you are. I am so grateful for this time I have had to learn about myself and encourage everyone to have a meal by themselves and reflect on life with a cup of coffee. Enough about that though; talk about a perfect beach day! I got to ...
... in this group are the Île Sainte-Marguerite and the Île Saint-Honorat. The smaller Îlot Saint-Ferréol and Îlot de la Tradelière are uninhabited. Administratively, the islands belong to the commune of Cannes. The islands are first known to have been inhabited during Roman times. The Île de Saint-Honorat bears the name of the founder of the monastery of Lérins, Saint Honoratus. It was founded around the year 410. It is in this monastery ...
Last night while I ate the fabulous home cooked meal made for me by Madame Goussal, my roommate arrived. Her name is Sarka and is from Prague (pronounced Sharka, but more like a shz sound than an sh sound). It looks like she is getting twice as much for her money as she is also practicing her English with me! She is an easy-going 22 year old biochemistry student working on her Masters. She studied French in grammar school and like me wishes to brush up. ...
Today we drove to the City of Grasse, known as the perfume capital of the world. As soon as you hit the city outskirts, you can smell the oils used in perfume making. We visited the factory of Fragonard, which allows you to wander around as workers prepare various mixtures which produce the aromas that cost so much. We are attaching ...
... as well as ancient Roman artifacts and
eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings. After exploring the museum, we
climbed up the watchtower for some splendid views of Cannes.
We had another excursion the next day
to the nearby Ilse de St Marguerite, an island that's a ten minute ferry ride
from Cannes. While
there we explored yet another fortress dating from the Roman period, whose real
claim to fame is that it houses the prison in which the man in ...
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