With their limp petals, the sunflowers have a sad look about them. As you can see, the temperature here has started to go down and everything is wilting. Let’s hope the weather doesn’t have the same effect on us!
Even when I try to escape, there’s always something or someone to remind me of my Cirque. Here’s one of the 3 acrobats who was washing the windows of my hotel room in Moscow!
The content of this post is an adaptation of an original text written by Guy Laliberté.
I spent the weekend in Moscow and, like all my other times there, the weather wasn’t that great. So I stayed at the hotel and treated myself to life’s little pleasures: good food, a few massages, a few workouts, some movies, putting my paperwork in order… But my head was so filled to the brim with everything I learned in the last days that I went to bed late. I just couldn’t fall asleep.
On Sunday, I simply shut off my phone, something I’ve never done since the beginning of my training. Well okay, I did answer, but only when my partner or Renée-Claude called… and, in her case, it was just to get a phone number from me!
The film crew was with me and I had to throw them out of my room—they just wouldn’t leave otherwise! But can you blame them? They’re so enthusiastic about the Poetic Social Mission. ;-)
And to think I could have done all this in Star City! But it did me good to take it easy for an entire day (well, almost).
Have a great flight Guy. Bon Voyage.
September 08, 12:46
Avec votre webconférence, nous partageons encore plus par procuration votre aventure spatiale, et les buts de votre mission.
Pour reprendre une expression historique prononcée lors du décollage de John Glenn, premier américan en orbite: "Godspeed, Guy Laliberté!"
September 04, 2:58
Très inspirant... passionnant... Bravo Monsieur Laliberté.
September 03, 7:16
WATER FOR ALL,
ALL FOR WATER.
September 02, 3:02
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