This was the busiest week in a while. We did our presentation for Sustainable Development. Our project was to create a mutual fund company, and the professor was quite impressed with our presentation. I didn’t present myself. The professor chose two French students in our group to present. You can imagine how difficult it must be for them to present, with the added struggle of English as a second language.
On Friday, I wrote my exams for Human Resources Management. They were okay, but not amazing since I didn’t do too much studying. (Something about being away on a vacation of sorts, and only having to make a passing grade for university credit.)
I made time a few evenings this week to walk around Poitiers discovering a few new areas simply by following the river.
The goats in the park near my flat are quite happy and active most of the time. I managed to catch a good shot of this one.
It’s a good thing this river does not freeze. Many nice walls can be found edging people’s property along the river, a task that is difficult to accomplish in Canada with the yearly winter ice bringing destruction to even the toughest wall developments.
Some old building thingy in one of the parks along the river. I climbed those narrow stairs and sat on top for a few minutes. Getting down was something I had not considered beforehand, as the steps were quite small and not easy to descend quickly.
Flowers today in the “Park of Plants”. It felt very much like summer, and looks like it easily everywhere. Everything is very green and colourful already here.
I have posted many new pictures in my various gallery categories, but not too many in any one spot. That would be too simple, of course.
I’m taking it easy this weekend. I’m still waiting to rent a bike from the city, which seemingly gets in short supply this time of year.