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... Marseille is fantastic for scuba diving, so I have a new bucket list item!
Another interesting experience was my transportation to and from Marseille – Blablacar! Blablacar is a kind of ride sharing (covoiturage). It’s different from Uber and Lyft because you’re not hiring a driver, just joining one. A person driving somewhere can post his trip route, and others can sign up to join him/her for the drive. You pay a certain amount ...
So I see why people told me I shouldn’t bother with
Marseille, they are totally right, it’s dirty. It is the second biggest city in
France and their garbage removal system does not seem to work. There are
overspilling dumpsters everywhere, RATS running around and we even saw a dead
one beside some dumpsters. I also saw/noticed the most homeless/beggars in this
city. It is interesting how the atmosphere changes as we travel from
city to ...
... that Marie is very thorough. I choose to have some acupuncture done. This is not so much for my back, but to explore what Chinese medicine can do for me. Sylvia is my therapist and she explains a little bit about how your chi is supposed to be connected to the universe for well being. (I personally think that my chi has been ...
... abroad was one of them. I would be lying if I said that these past five months have only been filled with pure joy and happiness. I, just like most students, experienced some homesickness and culture shock. But for every low moment I had, I experienced fifty high moments. Life-changing, dream-come-true moments. High moments that make me so incredibly thankful that I got to fulfill this dream of mine. Not only did I get ...
... topic of conversation because of course chili is not a dish typical to France. ANYWHERE. One guest Michelle, the only native French person of the group, commented that the closest thing to it was Cassoulet. There was also a refreshing watermelon salad that was an awesome accompaniment to the spicy chili.
Anyway, this group of mostly American ex-pats were so lovely and intelligent, the conversation was never boring. I was ...