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... an NGO to train women and children in visual media and communications in Afghanistan. His work was very moving. Both Allen and I had a strong emotional response of wanting to find a way to do something to make this world a better place. I immediately thought of the refugees in Denver who are struggling to make a new life for themselves.
Our second stop was at the Village of the Bories. The Bories are stone huts made ...
Our multi pass allowed us to visit one more antiquity and a museum....... but by 4pm we were glad to catch the next bus back to the campsite.
I did take rather a lot of photos, so I'll let them tell ...
... day, with the coolness emanating from the canal and the shade from the majestic sycamores. Strolling along past the ancient water wheel discovering the history of this picturesque street is an absolute pleasure.
We have had a full day of sightseeing in Avignon and it is a beautiful and very clean city
Residents wish us "Bonjour" everywhere we go, we smile and reply 'Bonjour ...
... Nimes is sometimes referred to as the French Rome with some wonderfully preserved old Roman buildings such as Les Arenes (like a mini Colosseum), the limestone Maison Carree with its striking columns and staircase, and the pretty statue studded Jardins de la Fontaine with more Roman ruins of a temple and tower. Nimes also has an intriguing symbol of a crocodile chained to a palm tree which we found all over town – a bronze fountain in one of the main ...
... to say, hype accompanying throngs. Today we headed due west across Provence to see the Gorges de Verdun and to stay in a cliff side village at the western end. Now this turned out to be a treat! We drove for miles along the northern road near the upper third of the cliff wall looking hundreds of feet down to the swirling river below. The road twisted and turned past sheer rock faces and through narrow tunnels breaking back out ...