This Friday, October 28, in I will go to sleep with you, Antoine de Maximy could not contain his emotion. On a trip to Kazakhstan, he got overwhelmed and shed many tears.

It is very rare to see Antoine de Maximy break down … Accustomed to extreme situations, loneliness, isolation and sometimes agonizing encounters, the host of I will go to sleep at your place could not however restrain his emotion. In the new program broadcast this Friday, October 28, the adventurer went to meet the inhabitants and customs of Kazakhstan. There he spent a few days in the capital before setting off to meet the inhabitants of the mountains and ending his journey in a small village. As he has been used to for many years, Antoine de Maximy has started the discussion with two young men. Since they couldn’t communicate, not speaking the same language, the Kazakhs had an idea that upset him.

On their phone, they started a live translation application which allowed Antoine de Maximy to ask them for lodging for the night. A technological breakthrough that allowed the animator-adventurer to immerse himself in his memories. “a very long time ago, when I started to travel, we did not send news for several months to the family. No one knew what became of usremembered Antoine de Maximy. So when we left, we were really cut off from everything, cut off from your family, cut off from your friends…” Over the years and his travels, he has seen the world change and transform. “Afterwards, there was the telephone, then the internet, WhatsApp, the means to telephone each other easily”continued the host.

Antoine de Maximy: “It’s good but it’s a profound change”

“Already there, we were no longer so isolated when we went to travel, added Antoine de Maximy, very moved to have experienced such changes. But we still had a communication problem when we went to really remote places and when we didn’t speak the language.” In recent years, he has taken advantage of technical and technological advances as he travels to the four corners of the Earth. “There, there is still a barrier that has just fallen with these phones, these smartphones. Now we can talk to everyone. And it will be easier and easier”, described Antoine de Maximy. If he finds this “good”, the facilitator is sometimes a little lost. “It’s good but it’s a profound changehe concluded on the verge of tears. I’m touched.”

Source: www.closermag.fr

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Deborah Acker

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