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... Grant could utilise his new vocabulary and ask for 'deux vin rouge s’il vous plait.’. Twice, for good measure.
4 Plages is a local camping affair with lots of French people smoking, drinking (mainly cafe) and talking. We smiled profusely; everyone was very welcoming despite the language barrier.
Our next night was another local camping affair called 3 Plages, a theme was running through the naming of campgrounds along the coast.
Finally here!! The beginning started out as a bit of a struggle when I first went through security and they guy said my passport wasnt valid yet.... like really bro?... all I needed to do was sign it but he scared the living daylights out of me. yeah... The flight wasn't bad but I did end up waiting in an airport a total of 12 hours, so that was pretty interesting haha. I did meet a really good group of GTL people and hung out ...
... beautiful - a calm hue of blue was on the walls, round light decorations hung from the ceiling and a long row of pastries were calling my name as I saw enjoying my food.
I asked to have my tea after eating my meal, and that's when the embarrassment happened. The waitress brought my tea in my own individual teapot and a cute little glass. I've always secretly dreamed of having my own little tea party - sit on a porch overlooking a vast green and colorful backyard, sipping ...
... and want to be with my family. At the same time, if I couldn't be with my family, there's no one I'd rather be with than my friends here in France. They are totally my second family. It was just funny that all of the English kids were the ones who actually cooked the meal. It was great. They made turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, green beans and broccoli, and cranberries. They also made pumpkin pie, pecan ...
... especially when it's stressful enough not to speak the language fluently here. I feel like I have a huge weight lifted off my shoulders.
Well I got an email last week about meeting with some English professor and I agreed and went and saw her today after class. There was another student there, who is French, who is thinking about studying abroad in La Crosse. So the professor wants us to talk to each other so we can improve ...