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... to have lunch. We ordered kebabs and found they were served on flat bread, unlike NZ kebabs. They were delicious though and it was nice to have a huge salad in the sunshine. The sauce they put inside them was gorgeous. Walking back we found some neat stores filled with little Trinkets and clever slogans (all in French though) We found the poor students again. Clad only underwear and their hats by now, they were lined up to steps. The older students ...
... the next dip onto "Adapting and Assimilating."
- Keep a positive mindset. You're living in France, the rest of your friends are dying of envy.
- Stay active, find a student club or sport to play. For me, that's been learning to play rugby and weightlifting with some new friends.
- Make travel plans! Get excited to go somewhere new.
- Reach out. Whether it be your ...
... to bathing under the moonlight. Talk about romanticism!).
Anyway, so after Lina and I dropped off our notices, we explored the downtown part of Nancy some more. We went into a bakery and oh my goodness, it was like heaven. It seemed like it was a specialty shop, you know, like those in Park Avenue back in Orlando? The chocolate squares are kept in a glass display with beautiful red and purple boxes advertised for sale. Quiches, croissants, baguettes, and many ...
"My father used to say that it's never too late to do anything you wanted to do. And he said, 'You never know what you can accomplish until you try.' " -Michael Jordan
People weren't kidding when they said that the longer you stop blogging the harder it is to start again. I mean, yeah I have most of my travels documented as 'drafts' but I haven't gotten around to actually posting them like ...
... their family time, since everything closes so early; but on our side, it absolutely sucks since we don't know any better than to go shopping in the evening.
Target always seems to be the answer to our problems though. Don't get too excited, there's not a Target here (just like there's no Starbucks...), but Monoprix is the French equivalent of Target. Even the store's color is red and the layout of their merchandise and their prices are similar!