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Clemens Habicht’s Faces of France – Roche

by Jenny Butler
Tuesday 12th June 2012

Clemens Habicht is our Guest Blogger this week (in case you missed our mini-interview with Clemens yesterday due to the public holiday, check it out here). Clemens is a Sydneysider living in Paris and is a talented illustrator, designer and film maker which makes him the perfect blogger for Expat Week! – Jenny x

Roche ‘Faces of France’ Illustration by Clemens Habicht

This little rocky guy feels like a scene out of Italy, but I’ve been going more recently to Corsica, which was once Italian but is now French, so I can get by speaking French there. Though up North the roadsigns which are in both French and Corsican have the French bit obliterated by shotgun holes so it’s not bad to be Australian.

Corsica is hot and dry, and is all about dry salamis made from goat and boar,  and goats cheeses and figs and honey to sweeten the saltiness, and fish soup ground from small fish that live amongst the rocky coast below the water line.

- Clemens


by Jenny Butler
Tuesday 12th June 2012

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