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16:56 Apr 7, 2004
French to English translations [PRO] Marketing - Tourism & Travel
French term or phrase:le farniante
- Le massif karstique de l'Ankarana et ses mystérieuses grottes, la montagne d'Ambre peuplée de lémuriens couronnées et ses plages au fin sable blanc, qui vous invitent au farniente et aux baignades.
Currently: "These include the Ankarana karstic massif with its mysterious caves, the Amber Mountain National Park, home to the crowned lemur, and the white sandy beaches where you can bathe and relax."
My option is not as strong as the French. Thought about "put your feet up", but it still doesn't have the same effect. Maybe "unwind"? Can anyone think of some kind of paraphrase like "forget about the world around you" (obviously something better). I'm sure there's a set phrase, but I just can't think of it.