Operation Transatlantic: Drowning in Tourists at the Louvre

You're traveling through another dimension. A dimension of sight, a dimension of sound, a dimension of mind. A place of things and ideas. A dimension devoid of logic, devoid of organization, and where sensibility is a concept as abstract as a Picasso painting. A dimension full of mystery, intrigue, where anything can happen and men … Continue reading Operation Transatlantic: Drowning in Tourists at the Louvre

Operation Transatlantic: Under the Channel

Austin Airport was so poorly organized that it was an embarrassment. I will admit they did have a substantial choice of dining options and convenient shops, however we took issue with the gates. The problem was, they put two London-bound gates together; one for London Gatwick (our destination,) and one for London Heathrow. There were … Continue reading Operation Transatlantic: Under the Channel

Operation Aqueduct: The Land of Horses and Bulls

From NĂ®mes the youth delegation and the French entourage boarded a tour bus and embarked on the hour-long drive to the Camargue, one of Europe's most important ecosystems. The Camargue is a huge area of swamps, marshlands, and wetlands spanning a sizable amount of Southwest France. While on a map it appears politically part of … Continue reading Operation Aqueduct: The Land of Horses and Bulls