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... was. In the meantime, we still needed some sort of lunch, breakfast being about six hours away by now. We had to settle for a "sandwich", which in France means a foot long baguette lightly buttered and containing a slice of ham and a slice of cheese. The wine was better, but only marginally.
Well we got on the train, and then faced the final problem of an already disappointing day. The official who checked our ...
... While dancing we spotted Autumn, Sonya and Jessica dancing in the middle and then we just all started dancing together. After the club we stopped at the Kebab place nearby for some food and we saw all the Italians there too! We later left because the owner kept telling us to be quieter, but I don’t think we were being that loud. Finally, we found our way home after almost getting lost (thanks to Jessica LOL). It was a fun girls night! ...
... because it’s hard to run in a city when there’s so much crossing and cars. The park is really beautiful, but I do miss Colt State Park back home with the water, but Pépinière has a small "zoo" with monkeys, donkeys and deer. (I thought that was kind of cool except I feel bad because it’s so small for the animals). I guess the only thing close to the ocean at Pépinière is the huge water fountain in the middle of the park, but it’s ...
... off after waiting like 30 minutes!
I landed in Paris around 3pm at CDG and I got off to collect my suitcase only to be locked in the baggage area with police shouting things in French that I didn’t understand. Apparently there was a suspicious suitcase they were looking for and we couldn’t leave until the issue was solved. When I finally got out I found the TGV ticket office and collected my tickets for the train and ...
On the same Friday as the exam, I decided to take a little cooking class with Alexis and Thomas on French cuisine. Turns out that this boy can cook more than cereal and ramen noodles! Alexis and I teamed up to make a Quiche Lorraine, which differs from other variants by using bacon, and rum baba.
The next week was similar in the amount of work I did. This time Winni and Finn came back ...