I went skiing twice this year, once in mid-March and once at the beginning of April. That’s right, skiing in April in the south of France! And thus is the magic of mountains. The first time, I went to a ski resort called Valberg, and the second, to one called Isola 2000. Here’s a handy-dandy map I created to show you people where I was:
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That’s right, I went back to Mont Boron! I hadn’t gone up the hill with beautiful views overlooking Nice since back in October. I guess like with my two visits to Villefranche, it needed revisited before I left! I considered putting the pictures from the day in with my Haut-de-Cagnes post, but I decided two short-and-sweet ones would be nice after my massive post about Toulouse 🙂
One warm and sunny day Sam (Notice a pattern? He’s a good friend, haha) and I decided to go up to Mont Boron, since I had never seen the fortress up there. Honestly it’s not much to look at, but the views of the city below are AMAZING. I miiight have amped up the color a little too much on some of these pictures, but they’re just so pretty!
Hey all, I’m back! Hope you weren’t too bored stiff by that series of posts. No worries, next will be travel ones about a couple places my boyfriend and I went 🙂 Until then… an update!
As stated in the title, there have been a couple of changes in the life of Kelsey (la vie de Kelsey…bahaha). One of the biggest is that I changed the date of my return ticket to the US. Like I mentioned here, I bought a round-trip ticket, and I chose the arbitrary return date of May 23. I knew my contract ended on April 30, and I wanted to have a few weeks to travel before I came back to the US. However, what I didn’t know was that I would be done teaching April 12 (HOLY COW THAT’S A MONTH FROM TODAY); French schools happen to have a two-week break at the end of April! Technically I should have to teach April 29 and 30 but I don’t have any classes on Tuesdays, and I doubt they’ll make me come in on Monday; they always need me less the week after breaks, but even if they do ask me to come in, it’s only for a few hours.