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... my bidet. It really is a handy little thing. I should have used it to shave my legs a long time ago because you can fill it up with water. Duh. It's brilliant. So anyways, it's so nice here as well. Like 50s. Sorry gang at home where it's like -60.
I went to campus at 10:30am and sat my butt in the café, which is where I stayed until 3:30pm. I got my study on and had some lunch and coffee. My butt was starting to hurt from sitting in the same chair for 5 hours. Plus ...
Well this morning I woke up and felt like complete ****. I decided to get some food in my system and get showered so I could be productive today. I got hungry around noon and decided to go to the store to get some food.I got bread and jelly and cheese. I'm not going to put them all together. BUT I had a cheese sandwich today and I couldn't be happier. I found cheese like Kraft singles. So it was fake cheese and I was so happy.
... tea that way. Hopefully it works out for me.
I did a little bit of studying for my Spanish exam, so hopefully that goes well later today. I have class and then an hour break, for cramming, and then my exam. Ahhh. I had an exam yesterday and another one tomorrow. Then I am done with exams for a while. Hopefully I don't fail anymore.
The Spanish exam was interesting. I don't think I did very well, but at the same time, I ...
... someone threw a glass bottle and it shattered in the street. It was a little scary. But the party was chill and fun. It was nice to meet more ERASMUS students.
On my way home last night, there were a lot of people out. There was also a man, who I assume was drunk, singing behind me all the way home. I have no idea what he was singing, but it sounded sad. It was a slow song. It was kind of funny and yet really weird at the same time.
9th August 2013
We left Toul after a comfortable night in the marina and followed a young Dutch couple who were heading for home via the Rhine. He said it would take 2 x 9 hour days (that is travelling a lot faster than us).
We made our way through some beautiful countryside on the Moselle and once on the Canal de Vosges we caught up with an English narrow boat from Leicestershire and they know some people we do from Bakanalia. What ...