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... candle lighting my room and giving it a nice scent. I have pictures on my desk and the coats hanging. My clothes are all put away and my kitchen has food. My bed is warm and cozy and my bathroom is clean and disinfected. I'm all set to start classes and go on with my adventure abroad.
The exchange rate is another thing to get used to, aside from the time difference and the temperatures. Our money disappears in no time, so we're all patiently awaiting our ...
... have any grippers or things where my hands are. Wow I can't believe I just went on a rant about pens. I need to get a life.
I don't know if I should be more social on weekends or if it's a good idea to just relax and be a loner. I mean I get things accomplished, but I don't know how much I am missing out by staying in. At the same time, I'm saving money by not spending lots on going out and drinking. ...
... be having a test soon. Oh joy. This will be my first grade thus far in France. Since we don't actually have grades or homework assignments or anything of the sort. How exciting! I'm really quite nervous, it's hard to learn a second language when you only have class once a week for an hour. Clearly I'm going to have to study up before this test comes.
So I got an email from the food/housing thing called crous and tomorrow night they are having ...
... I really want to take Spanish and literature, but I'm not exactly sure what else. I plan on taking classes with my friends so we can help each other out.
I had an hour break between the orientation thing and class. I looked at the classes I can take. It's kind of a struggle to pick out classes. It's not nearly as easy as in La Crosse.
Class was stupid today. We listened to a song called "The Italian" and part of it was in Italian. We listened to it ...
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 ...