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Top 10 STD Symptoms Your Man Lies About Just to Have Sex with You

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TYT University discusses 6 surprising signs of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It is important to remember that STIs can be asymptomatic, meaning they show no signs or symptoms of an infection.

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Dreams of France (日本語↓) 夢のフランス
14日目-プロヴァンスの魂 Day 14 - The heart of Provence

Day 14 is a day to explore small hilltop villages and fields of the provence, driving back up north to the area between Alps de Haute Provence and the Vaucluse plain to the Luberon mountains. Many believe that this region is the real provence, with a sweet dolce vita of a climate and pure clean air which just breaths the incredible contrast between a rich and variable natural environment: fields of red poppy, strides of purple lavender. subtle green forest and fields, medieval towns and villages built with sand stones nested between the flamboyant colors of the cliff and the austere white of limestone hills.

The first village I visited was Gordes, classed as one of the Plus Beaux Villages de France, is a one of the most well known hilltop villages and one of the most beautiful in France. Perched on the southern edge of the high Plateau de Vaucluse, the stone buildings root against the base of the cliffs and those stood on the rocks above, including the 12th-century castle, are made of an beige stone that glows orange in the morning sun. It's labyrthinth of "calades" (narrow cobblestone streets) lined with cafes and small shops filled the visitor's heart with an unspoken charm. The view from the village is a beautiful southern panorama across fields and forests and small villages to the Montagne du Luberon.

Gordes has also a strong artistic tradition, it sheltered many famous artists such as André Lhote, Marc Chagall, Jean Deyrolle, Victor Vasarely and Pol Mara.

Behind the village (to the north) are valleys and forests of the Plateau de Vaucluse. Small, winding roads leading to the picturesque Abbaye de Sénanque 4 km away, isolated in its little valley. In it also lies one of the most famous lavender fields in the Provence....A place I must return in the summer when lavender are in full bloom....





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HIV Testing with Veterans!

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