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... Australian accents are good. They get a smile from everyone! - Before leaving one pub, make sure the next one is open. Because in London it is far to cold to stand around outside and figure out where to go next. - Go to a treble bar in Newcastle. But only one. Never two. Two ends with a big headache. - No matter what your family says, don't let the dog off the lead. Because when you find it barking at an old lady 20 minutes later, you will be in a bad ...
... soon, but we're in France... still. But I do still have something to look forward to, I can't decide if it's on par with my birthday or not, but that thing is freeeeeeedommmm!!! Sweet freedom! Filled with the scent of the flowers of spring :) A little dilemma crossed my mind recently. So I had a rule about my blog initially. The rule was: anyone in the blog is not allowed to read the blog. For me it'd be like the actors on stage deciding to pierce the fourth ...
... but I wasn’t too
excited to spend my night there.
As tough as getting into the bed was, getting out of the bed
was another trial. Luckily, Axel and Claire were already downstairs, so I
wasn’t going to embarrass myself in front of them yet another time. As I
descended down the ladder, it fell again with a loud bang! After I recovered
from my shame (seriously, it’s meant for children to do), I realized
You know you're in France when...
You think you've been good that day because you only had one thing from the patisserie.
You can find your way back by knowing where you are relative to the cathedrals and ferris wheels.
You see a couple shamelessly making out and you feel like you're the one who's intruding even though they are the ones in public.
You walk down the street and stop at every other window to "faire la lèche-vitrine," or window shop (literally to lick ...
... and supermarkets and banks and post offices, everything you need really. And I suppose it's only for a few more months. If things go well I'll be out of here by mid-March. I'm not sure if I said this in my last post, but a friend of mine here, Mathilde, told me once that I have to be happy where I am and in the moment where I am. I was complaining about being here, how I had to work to earn more money to travel and how I hated being stuck in one place. But ...