.... and it is certainly good to give the brain a rest after an intensive week of work. My first two weeks of work are in an area of the city which is not being affected by the democracy protests, but unfortunately for the following two that will definitely not be the case. It is currently not looking like there will be any resolution of the struggle in the week ahead, so I'm bracing myself for some very long days later on.
At home there is always something that needs doing, whether on the house or in the garden, so reading books it a pleasure I don't often seem to get to. Thus it's good to be able to use some some of the very little down time I get when on these tours for that purpose. This novel (left) has been translated into French from the original Icelandic - whilst the French is relatively straight forward, getting my brain around the Icelandic names, both of the characters and the places, is more of a challenge. It's an engaging read so far ....
Have you sampled any of the live recordings of choral music featured on the Moments Musicaux page of the website?
Or there's a Christmas Carol selection available here.
Michel - just an ordinary guy, I guess. A musician by trade and into 'techy' things as 'relaxation'. Originally from the UK, but resident in France for 13 years.