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Old Square, New Orleans

One of my biggest regrets in life is to never have learned to speak English — my comments here are translated by my grandson.

This means that over the years, we had to find solutions to visit English-speaking countries: In 1992 for instance, we travelled with the France-Louisiane Association, and were guided in French through New Orleans' Vieux Carré, with its beautiful Spanish buildings and their elaborate ironwork balconies.

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Nov. 27, 2022 Thailand Pride Parade in Bangkok

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