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The islands are off the southern coast of Newfoundland. I visited these islands in August 2004, and was impressed by the plain but colorful architecture of St. The town of 4,000 is packed closely around the main harbor; most houses date from the first part of the 20th century, after a series of fires destroyed the old 19th century town. First she denied that the butter was ”very salty,” then she insisted, somewhat beside the point, ”But the French love salt!
St Pierre had a burst of prosperity in the 1920s, when it was the base for smuggling liquor to the east coast of the US. ” I can’t say I found our conversation enlightening, but I enjoyed it.
Once in Japan, I spent a week searching out all the possible uses for bamboo. In a green clapboard house, traditional delicacies with menacing names like souris (mice), religieuses (nuns) and nids d’abeilles (bees’ nests) cry out to anyone with a half-functioning sweet tooth.In a single block of the Rue Amiral Muselier, I noted tulips at No.50, a village scene with church and a second pattern with windmills, both at No.48, a lighthouse design at No. Walking Miquelon’s harbor and flat streets, admiring the kitchen gardens around almost every house, is a glimpse into this isolated way of life.