Flaunt Your Frenchness #43 (April 13-19)
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This week, we've selected 4 must-see roads to ride for their splendor, located in French-speaking countries around the world. Have fun learning more about these extraordinary places to go.
Les gorges du Dadès, Morocco
The Dades Wadi, which originates in the High Atlas (East of Marrakech), is the origin of one of the most spectacular canyons' formation in Morocco. The heart of the valley is an oasis of freshness where you will meet astonishing scenery and encounter shepherds. More.
La Baie du Cap, Mauritius
To the South of the island, between Flic en Flac and Bel Ombre, this comfortable and secure route offers the opportunity to take a look to the right, to the left, on the stretch of turquoise water and lush vegetation. Ready for a ride? More here.
Switzerland, Col du Klausen
Switzerland has many mountain passes. The Klausen Pass, which rises to 1948m, is however mythical. Its sinuous and verdant road leads to the middle of the mountains and offers an incredible panorama. More here.
Calvi-Porto Route, Corsica
Corsica is the place for a road trip on a motorcycle. Its steep roads made of entwined turns will offer unique sensations. From north to south, many routes are possible and a multitude of landscapes will lie before you. More.

Share a "Francophone" place you've visited or would like to visit
Each week, you'll find in this newsletter a small sentence that can be used next time you go to a French speaking country.

To keep in the theme, please find below what you could ask while in Bujumbura, Burundi:
"J'aimerais parcourir une route avec une belle vue. Pouvez-vous m'en indiquer une ?"
[Geme-ray parcoo-reer une root ah-vec une bel vu. Poovay-voo menh indee-key une ?]
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