Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Se promener le long de la plage en hiver





Les hémisphèrians nordiques sont chanceux. C'est l'été, là. Ici dans la terre vers le bas-sous nous avons les températures aussi basses que 18° pendant le jour ! ! Brrrrh. Je préférerais 39°. Mais, aujourd'hui, à Paris et à La Grosse Pomme il fait seulement 22°; pas beaucoup de différence ?
A winter walk along the beach.
The northern hemispherians are lucky. It is summer, there. Here in the land down-under we have temperatures as low as 18° during the day !! Brrrrh. I would prefer 39°.
But, today, in Paris and New York it's only 22°; not much difference ?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

MeMrBenaut
To warm yourself up: Please,may I ask you when you're planing to come into France South in september? And where to stay and visit? Thanks for your answer.

M.Benaut said...

Bien sûr, Anonyme,
Je projette de voyager en voiture, de Tours le vendredi 5 septembre par l'intermédiaire de Brive-la-Gaillarde, Rodez, Sévérac-le-Château puis sur l'A75 à Millau et Lodève et arriver à Montpellier approximativement dimanche 7 septembre. Il est possible que ce voyage prendra un jour supplémentaire.
J'espère que cette information est d'aide à vous.
Habitez-vous cette région de la France ?

dive said...

Hey, that looks like Pomland, Monsieur!
You've stolen our weather!

lynn said...

Yes, this is much more familiar! A typical summer's day on a British beach. You're over here early then Monsieur!

Jilly said...

Now that looks blustery and very healthy. And if it were 39 degrees, I suspect you might complain. Non?

Looks like the dogs are having the best fun of all. woof woof

Anonymous said...

Me.MrBenaut
Thanks for your answer. That's perfect for the date. I knew your route...(I have read your blogs. Sometimes I've written...)
I'll write you later.

M.Benaut said...

Merci Anonyme, encore,
Vous pouvez m'écrire à mon adresse, ci-dessous,

m.benaut@gmail.com

Comme on dit en Australie, "nous devenons chauds sous le col", mais ceci a pu être idiot en français. Il doit y a une expression française pour ceci, mais je ne sais pas le dire.

CaBaCuRl said...

Sure looks cold & blustery there on the beach, but it adds another perspective I think to The Beach. I love walking on the beach on wet, windy days, with a grey angry surf.

Nathalie said...

It was far more than 22° yesterday when we dived in the Med at Cassis, Sally and I. The weather was just perfect, sunny and warm, and the water almost warmish - we had a long real swim, she in her best Aussie freestyle, me in my typically European breaststroke...
Pure delight.