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... we had 2 hours to explore the airport, and i have collected the following intel:
1. most french people are rude. i hate stereotyping, but frankly, if the shoe fits.......wear it. (in france the shoe is probably a 900 dollar loubiton). anyways, i make an effort to speak their language, and be as respectful as i can.
2. everything is overpriced. not much to say about this one, but ...
... Irish guy. As we drove through more beautiful countryside we saw a lot of wind turbines. They were huge and very impressive. We played a game on the bus of speed dating to get to know people. We are the only couple on the bus (bit awkward) and some of the oldest. Majority is Australian with 2 other kiwis and 2 girls from South Africa. Most people are in the middle of their degree and doing a trip in their summer break, so we feel a bit old…
We came into Paris and ...
... robbed in that train station a week ago then had heard other stories recently as well. Sometimes I think too much advice isn't so good, I was completely fine again. I was walking fast "like I knew where I was headed", and I did know where to go because I had thoroughly studied the map before hand so as not to look touristy. There's a lot of distance to cover underground! Lol I was a disheveled mess by the time I got to my apt. The keys were left for me at the hotel next store, ...
... sleep was broken. By the next day when the coach arrived I was exhausted but prepared myself for some tourist cramming.
I set off for the underground train and whilst studying the metro map a French man came up and offered to help me. It turns out he had been on my coach and was waiting for the afternoon for his train towards St Tropez where he lived. The man showed me how to get to a flea market which I had found suggested in my 'Independent Travellers' ...
... dresses, Asians, Muslims wearing their traditional garb, gaudy Americans wearing doinky American-style shorts and stripped t-shirts, aloof Parisians, vagabonds, travelers, vacationers, business people dressed in suits, children acting wild and playing dangerously with the moving walkways while their parents either ignored them or smiled as if they approved, young men and women ...
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