The Easter Sunday journey back to home

(from England to France)

While others are celebrating Easter at home with their loved ones,
we were travelling the 7-hour journey on the road to home.

 

But with a scenery like this, we don’t regret it at all!

Rapeseed fields as far as the eye can see!
It is grown mainly for its oil-rich seed, the third largest source of vegetable oil in the world,
more popularly known as Canola Oil.

 

Of course, Easter Sunday is not complete without the Easter Bunny,
here he is, entertaining the kids on the ferry boat crossing the English Channel.

 

France at last… but the rapeseed scenery continues!

Happy Easter everyone!

Paris for Kids

Some adults say that children are still too young to enjoy Paris.  They’re wrong.
There are so much to do for these young tots in this beautiful city – not only as educational tool
for their history class but also everything that will help inspire them in their future life…..

Buren columns, Jardin du Palais Royal

Jardin du Luxembourg

 

Jardin du Luxembourg

Jardin du Luxembourg

 

Jardin du Luxembourg

Jardin du Luxembourg

 

A class photo beneath the statue of “The Good Samaritan” by Francois Sicard, 1896, marble
 Jardin des Tuileries

 Jardin des Tuileries

 Jardin des Tuileries

Musee du Louvre