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... buildings are only car width apart. There is a store everywhere you go and everyone is so friendly. I saw a lot today, took lots of pictures and now i am ready to relax for a bit. I am going to grab some dinner later and then head out again with my dorm mates. Tomorrow I am off to a new town. I will see what it is when I get to the train ...
... br> 1. I am absolutely terrified of French drivers. Their cars are small, but they still cant manage to stay in their lanes...or in the street.
2. I am 100% dependent on the Internet. I feel lost and weird without it.
3. I will eat almost anything in order to access the Internet, but I draw the line at a McDonald's burger with goat cheese. Those two smells should never, ever go together.
4. I ...
... beach life, and meeting yet two more Canucks, Lyndsay and Katie we headed back to the hostel, where I would meet up with Kirk and Wes from Bordeaux. We made best laid plans to get early nights and be up for Monaco at 5am and grab the best seats I had scoped out. After catching up on each other’s travels and talking with Katie and Lyndsay I headed to bed at the early time of 1:30am, oops!
Sorry no pictures today as I didn’t take my camera to the ...
... one more surprise before catching my midnight train to Bari. Andrea and Giuseppe wanted me to meet the person who recommended the restaurant so we sped to her house and I was introduced to her. I had a quick chance to look through one of her books and I was so grateful when she didn't offer me one of her books. My stomach is not the only thing that's bursting at the seams. You should see my luggage.
The last part of the Italian leg of the journey was a night train ...
... and once we arrived both Liam and I decided to go for a bit of a walk and grab some photos of the French Riviera at night. We got a few good photos and decided to grab a bite to eat. By now it was 12:45am so most places were shut. We managed to find a kebab shop and both ordered chicken kebabs and a drink. We sat down and had our meal and retired to the hotel to go to sleep once we were done.
A bit of an abrupt end but that’ll do for ...
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