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... the half hour ride to La Fourche. From there it’s a 10 minute walk to their apartment.
Once arrived, I greeted his wife and his wife’s cousin who was up from the south of France to help with the new baby, a little boy born two months ago. Everyone is doing well. Alex and I walked a short way to a new Thai restaurant that has just opened, and had very good Thai curry and a Singha, which I first tasted almost 35 years ago in Bangkok when I went ...
... great. I left halfway through the movie though, again because the suburb was about 45 mins away and it was getting late.
Wednesday I contacted a girl I met in my class who lives in France to go to a cafe with me. She seemed really nice, and I wanted to get to know her better/speak french (am I using people for their french speaking abilities? maybe. Is that wrong? probably. Am I going to stop? probably not.) We walked around a really nice open air market ...
Day Three in Paris Today we have an early tour of the Catacombs of Paris. Unfortunately it's still drizzling but this doesn't faze us as we set off to the Metro. I'm finding the Paris Metro a lot like the London Underground - lots of options to get lost ;) The first train we caught was driverless. I also noticed the RER trains run on tires but the Metro trains are on tracks - I know the buff is coming out. The Catacombs ...
... on getting lost.
I love seeing all these sights that I have wanted to see for years and having the freedom to run around in Paris is pretty nice! I have almost mastered the subway system.
In the evenings, I go out for dinner with friends and we have so much ...
... bag had been discovered so all the staff on the Immigration counters shut down and left their posts, effectively corralling a whole planeload of cranky travellers, while they made endless requests for the owner to identify themselves. We waited for an hour before the staff returned and we were processed without further incident. They would have clapped us in chains if they had heard what we had called them. Next challenge, find the bags. There is only one ...