Author Archives: voyageur intrépide
I spent Saturday morning in Paris with some old and new friends, visting Père-Lachaise, the famous French cemetery. Later, I was able to find some quality time with some lost contacts in Châlons-en-Champagne, where I encountered an amazing and inspiring … Continue reading
Photos taken from my recent excursion to Chaumont, a lovely city covered in speakers that blast music wherever you go. If there is one place in the United States that does this, please let me know. I would like to … Continue reading
Jean and I take a trip to Spain with French Mom and Emanuelle. En route. La Iglesia. Oh, hey palm tree. Doubtless, a very important building. Streets in the old city. Lunch time and an overpoweringly social atmosphere, in typical … Continue reading
Biarritz is a small coastal town in the south-westernmost part of France, on the Atalantic. It is known as the town where surfing first made its debut in Europe, and the crunchy-tasty-wave-riding culture is still alive and vibrant today. Quiksilver … Continue reading
…so that I can start cleaning this disaster of an apartment and finish my graduate school applications.
It’s snowing! Finally, there’s a reason for being so cold! Thanksgiving in Reims. Le Village de Noël. The Christmas Village, a consumer’s dream! View from the apartment. Crunchy. Collège on gray skies, 2010. The neighbors. The courtyard. My apple tree! … Continue reading