Today the students visited some more classes--a lot are helping out as 'consultants' in the English classes. In the afternoon we traveled to the Troglodyte houses of the region--basically cave dwellings that were functioning up until the mid-point of the last century. Our bus driver intentionally took the long way home to appreciate the scenery along the Loire while Madame Alberola explained the difficulties in managing the floods and droughts of France's longest and most scenic river.
Sorry for the lack of photos recently. I'll try to borrow some of the students' cameras and upload some new ones when I see them tomorrow morning.