Summer solstice, 1995, I spent the night in Antarctica in an ice cave that I built with my fellow survival school classmates. The policy was that if you were going to winter-over on the ice, you had to go to survival school. You had to learn how to build an ice cave, how to start…
This is the last Part of the Doors of France series. If you’ve enjoyed this series “Like” Savvy Nomad to add us to your Facebook Newsfeed.
We continue the Doors of France series with Part II. Part I got some great suggestions such as signs and windows of France. These are great ideas but I don’t have any pictures of signs or windows. I guess another trip to France is required… The creative credit for this series goes to Carolyn Karsell….
While on our trip to France my friend and co-traveler, Carolyn Karsell, thought it would be fun to take pictures of all the different doors we encountered. Here we present the Doors of France Part I.
What do you do on a canal boat vacation? Here are a few things that fill a typical day on the canal. The mornings in mid September were cool but not cold and the days warmed wonderfully. Only on one day did we have wind, overcast skies and a bit of rain. Cool nights lead…
In anticipation of Wednesday’s “feature post” on the Canal du Midi here are three views of the canal.
Love Lock bridges are a fad in parts of the world and Paris, a famously romantic city, is not immune. The idea is to lock your love onto a bridge as a sentimental gesture. The Pont de l’Archeveche is the preferred place in Paris.