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Wednesday, 20 February 2008

Festival du Voyageur

In the holiday of Louis Riel Day, I went to Festival du Voyageur with two of my friends. Louis Riel Day에 Festival du Voyageur라는 축제에 갔다. 이 지역 프랑스계 사람들의 선조인 프랑스 모피상들의 생활을 재현하는 축제다. 불어 발음으론 페스띠발 뒤 부와야졔고, 영어 쓰는 애들은 걍 페스티벌 두 보이저라고 한다. 인수위식 발음은 내 수준으론 도저히 예측할 수가 없다. 🙂

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Before the festival place, on the one end of the bridge, snow art welcomes us. 축제 장소에 가기 전, 다리 끝에서 눈조각이 우릴 반겨준다.

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I do not know what this is. Any way, it was very huge ice and is just before the festival place (parking lot). 이게 뭔진 모르겠는데, 거대한 얼음덩어리였다. 축제장소 근처(주차장)에 있었다.

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In the festival place, there were so many snow arts. Even the wall was made of snow. 🙂 축제장소에 가니, 눈 조각들이 무지 많았다. 심지어 벽도 눈으로 만들었다. 8)

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The festival was held at St. Boniface, the French Speaking area, and it was remembering the French Fur Trade, all the signs and everything were written with the French first, and then English. Except when I was in Quebec, I think I have never surrounded this many french and french speaking people. 🙂 

일단 축제장소가 불어지역이고, 프랑스 모피상을 기념하는 축제다 보니 모든 표지판이 불어가 먼저 있고, 영어가 나중에 나왔다. 그리고 퀘벡에 갔던 때를 빼고, 이토록 불어에 둘러 쌓였던 적이 없던 거 같다. 😯

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The festival was very very nice. But one bad thing was that my camera ran out of battery and I could not take pictures any more. The major and most important things. 😦 축제는 정말 좋았다. 근데 디카 전지가 떨어져서 정작 중요한 것은 사진을 못찍었다. 😦

We also played snow golf, rode simple bobsleigh. We had great fun. 8) 스노우 골프라는 것도 해 보고, 봅슬레이 비슷한 것도 타 봤다. 무지 재밌었음. 8)

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