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... All the market stallholders spoke French, so we tried our best to relay exactly what we wanted. All went well, except I got 5 thick slices of prosciutto when I am used to everyone in Australia slicing it thinly. Prosciutto is usually an expensive cured ham, in Australia it usually sells anywhere from $35-$45 per kilo. This market was selling it for 60 Euros per kilo so I was a little shocked when the total for 5 slices came to 11 Euros! Either the French like their meats ...
... a break.
Kyria wasn't feeling that well, she was coming down with quite a bad cold so she was going to stay at the apartment for the rest of the afternoon. After a bit of a siesta, Eli, Michael and I set off on the train to check out a dog cemetery Eli had discovered whilst looking online. We didn't want to do anything that Kyria would feel like she was missing out on.
Eli finally had a sim card and some data and after getting out of the station ...
We all woke pretty early, but as we had all gone to bed pretty early the night before we were all feeling quite refreshed. The apartment we are staying in is superb and is very roomy and is very close to the centre, so Phil went for an early run along the Seine. She feels life is pretty surreal being able to take a morning run along one of the most famous rivers in the world and past such icons as the Notre Dame. The day started with a quick trip to the ...
... is not wanted, and be a perfect nuisance, and make people mad, and have things thrown at his head, then he feels his day has not been wasted.He came and sat down on things, just when they were wanted to be packed; and he laboured under the fixed belief that, whenever Harris or George reached out their hand for anything, it was his cold, damp nose that they wanted. He put his leg into the jam, and ...
... food preparer, we headed off in search of mint tea and Moroccan décor.
At the Mosque we were offered shisha. I’d never tried it, but the others had on their trips to Morocco. It was pretty strong and sweet, and much better than I’d anticipated it to be, but apparently quite bad for you. The others could make cool smoke shapes, but I couldn’t! After our lovely interlude at the charming Mosque, we walked to the 12th-century prison, ...