M’étant levée aux aurores pour me rendre à Plymouth (car en bonne française, je ne suis pas douée en géographie), j’ai tout de même réussi à rater mon ferry de […]
My whole UK-Man trip took place because;
I wanted to be again in Belfast
I wanted to see the tall ships (well…I thought they were the old ships but who cares!)
I wanted to go to the Giants Causeway,
I was looking for a road trip in one of my favourite regions
I WANTED TO GO BACK TO GLYNDEBOURNE.
La curiosité permet de merveilleuses rencontres et, contre toute attente, j’ai trouvé sur cette île de quoi étancher ma soif de multiculturalisme.
I came to be a simple tourist on a beautiful landscape but the sociolinguist in me was lucky to witness something far more exciting than just a breathtaking (not so) independent Island!
I can’t help not being only a tourist…Something always happens to me that brings me back to my sociolinguistics research. A visit to the Giants Causeway proved no different…
I really had to laugh when I discovered that the Old Sails I was meant to see were actually brand new Tall Ships! I crossed England on a misunderstanding…Typical, shall […]
My second ferry crossing took place between Cairnryan (Scotland) and Belfast, in a very windy Irish sea, so it was quite funny to read that Europe was under a heat wave which, I’m glad to report, certainly didn’t occur this side of the Irish Sea (La Merdirlande pour Ingrid 😉 […]
I drove yesterday at a very leisurely pace from the “love” to the “darling” affectionate gas station employees in Tebay, Penrith. So the ‘Race’ title has more to do with the surprise that awaited me when I made my last minute decision to stop in this delightful village in the […]
Peu de pays me sont aussi familiers et j’ai décidé de vous emmener avec moi dans ce tour insulaire et britannique y compris la French Britanny comme ils disent! […]