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Waking up, it seemed a lot hotter than any of the days we had been in the south. 27 degrees was amazing, this made me even more annoyed that I would shortly be going home to rain and **** weather. The previous night we hadn't seen the campsite clearly due to the darkness, today I was overwhelmed it is beautiful! It sunk in today that we really had nothing left, even shower gel, I was sure I put it in the car but it was lost. Ben had to ...
... the spot where the Prince of Orange (heir of the throne) was wounded. There are 226 steps up to the top and the Lion weighs 28 tons. This war and mostly the outcome brought in a long period of peace in Europe.
... and 25,000 Alies)
We then went to see where Australians fought in the WWI in Villers-Brettaneux. I saw that they are flying the Australian flag there. Strange to see this in another country. We could not find the Australian Memorial because they closed the road. We had to go and ask at the Australian school in ...
When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Or better yet, when in France, do as the French do.
This seems simple enough. Well, I beg to differ.
Growing and adapting to the French culture, is not as easy as one may think.
Adapting to the food in France, is no problem. I could eat baguettes, cheese, chocolate and pastries all day. The problem lies in trying to adapt to the French cafeteria food. Whether it be the questionable meat and mushy vegetables served ...
... br> Dressed as though I was ready to head to Antarctica (sweater, sweatpants, boots and a winter jacket... in August) I boarded my flight. Cramped in the tiny seat, I got my first view at language barriers that were soon to come when the very French flight attendant announced that the in-flight movie for the trip would be "Life of Pee". Relived knowing that this was not actually a documentary on urine, I began to think that this was soon to be me, speaking in ...
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