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... because the Spanish guys first just talked Spanish together after which they stared to their phones, Maartje and I decided to do so anyways, so at least we could talk about how rude they were. I spent my last day in Cairns with Julie and Hannah. We went to the lagoon, had some cheap maccers icecream and after them sneaking into my hostel cooked a nice dinner together. As the night continued we went to Gilligans (the big partyhostel) together with two Finish guys and the Canadian ...
... of Bordeaux red. Big mistake when we were so jet lagged!! After lunch we dragged ourselves over to the Eiffel Tower, wandered down to the river and also through the Champs du Mars, which is the park underneath and around the Eiffel. We couldn't stand up any longer and went back and slept for an hour, to try and revive ourselves!!
Getting up and pushing through the jet lag, ignoring Bairdy's swollen ankles and knees, we had some more wine at a cafe ...
... it was straight from a movie (where it became apparent I didn't know French when she asked me whether I wanted it toasted or not)
We then went on to the Palace of Versailles, with an audio tour. This was amazing an the palace was crazy. The whole thing was so big and decked out in the most unnecessary rich stuff. Every wall and roof would have taken about 30 years to paint or deck out in gold or some other rare commodity. The Hall of ...
... the freshest croissants we had ever tasted! They were divine. They had pain au chocolat as well which are similar to croissants but filled with chocolate. After filling up on our amazing breakfast we then headed off to Versailles to see the Palace of Versailles. The palace is a royal chateau which is a symbol of absolute monarchy and was largely expanded upon under the reign of King Louis XIV who was known as the Sun King. The weather had completely changed ...
... but I do love the actors doing the voice work. They really get into the parts. Downstairs there was a Van Gogh exhibit, which was interesting, though he's never been one of my faves. There were quotes from him, about how he risked his life for his work, which, calm down. You're a painter; any danger you're in is purely you're own fault. Maybe the rain is making *****ier than usual. Anyway, spent some time in my favourite part of any museum: the shop. I bought some ...