The exhibition: last but not least…

A huge thank you to everyone who helped us make this project what it is, and mostly to all the enthusiastic children who participated, their teachers, and all of you who came to see this little exhibition. I hope you liked it!

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I’m not dead yet!

Hey!

I know, it’s been forever, but we ended up having so much to do in the year following our trip that we had to take a step back from the website and the project. But I miss it, and I want to make my little association grow, even though I’m not sure how for now. I’m thinking about it, when I am not lost in some forgotten Latin book for my PhD.

A month ago, I put online on the French website what I created for the exhibition in my hometown. It went very well, I met with every class from the primary school, and some middle-schoolers. I told them stories from around the world, and they asked me a bunch of questions about the trip, the people we met, the countries, the food, the animals… I enjoyed this week so much. So, I am currently translating everything in English, and I’ll put it up here in a few days. I hope you’ll like it!

I’ll be back soon, with some new ideas I hope!

Janyce

A year ago…

Yes, a year ago, we got on a plane that took us far far away, on an amazing journey. I can’t believe how fast time has gone. So, today is the perfect day to announce the creation of an exhibition about this trip around the world and all the myths and tales we heard along the way. It will be shown at the end of September in my hometown in France, and kids from the local school will come see it. I’ll have some time with them to chat about the trip and everything else, I’m so happy!

So, here’s the poster, I hope you’ll like it (even though it’s in French!).

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