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... seems to be a tremendous friction between the two cultures in France, and it seems its only increasing as the muslims fail to integrate with the French culture. Its a sad story, that I am sure is being repeated in many other European countries. It definitely provided a better perspective to the news we read so often. The afternoon was nice in many ways. We tried eating ice-cream sandwich. She is very adventurous with food, and we ate Nasi Goreng is a pretty run ...
... eating only Chinese food (noodle soups and dim sum) – that seemed to clear up my stomach issues.
Walking around the city presents some real challenges. Sidewalks are very uneven and often nonexistent. Pedestrians definitely do not have the right of way here, so you walk at your own peril. Crossing the street is quite an adventure – many of the streets are very wide and there are few traffic lights (that people ignore anyway). The trick is ...
... for people that didn't come, or came way too late.
... ago and after lots of arguing and some phone calls advised that the there's no way I would be let through and the only thing they can recommend is for me to go to the service desk and book another flight for tomorrow morning. I was absolutely devastated, in fact I was sitting on the airport floor with all my bags sobbing my heart out crying like a baby! The mixture of emotions was too much to handle. I was angry at Air Asia for their **** service, delays and unwillingness ...
... style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of times we did laundry: 6
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 28 (Indonesian - Kupu-Kupu)
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
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