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Jalleen kerran yon pimeydessa, talla kertaa Marseillessa, etsimme hostelliamme pikkukujilta.
Kuullun mukaan hostelli ei turhaan itseaan mainostanut. Huomasimme sen olevan totta, silla vaikka seisoimme hostellin etuoven edessa, mitaan kylttia ei nakynyt. Onneksi Pepe huomasi eraan ikkunan olevan auki ja kysyi ikkunasta nakyvilta ihmisilta …
After my Australian trip I returned some months to my mother house and I decided to find a job in Marseille ... so moved there and after some research I found a job as a cooker inside a fast-food restaurant located just in the center of the most touristic spot of Marseille (the old harbor). I spent almost 3 months there and it's a really beautiful …
... worth a look. Depending on how enthusiastic you are feeling while there, you could hike there for days and never run out of new places to explore. I went back for a second time last weekend but this time instead of hiking up, we hiked all the way down to the water. Although I left with a few scrapes and bruises since we decided to take a "short-cut" and just hike straight ...
My other exciting news is that last night my friends and I
booked our plane tickets to fly to Morocco for 9 days during our vacation at
the end of February! The 8 of us will be flying into Fez and will end up flying
back to Marseille from Marrakesh. We’re
also discussing a long-weekend trip to Paris in March and a trip to Rome in
April. I’m so excited that I get to travel so ...
... on the rebellious population rather out to sea.
Walking along the streets it was like a minefield of dog poo, had to keep our heads down to spot them. Watched the fish markets packing up for the day, after a good morning of trade. Went past a popular statue of a Greek Olympian being devoured by a Lion, his Olympic cup cast down.