Here they are, the striking bears. I don’t know how they feel about their pensions and retirement at 62, but they certainly are worried about real estate speculation of their caves!
I found this cute set up in a window of a local business/community outreach/neighborhood association called Microlithe in the 20th arrondissement of Paris.
A view of the Eiffel Tower from the Avenue du Président Wilson exactly here. August 2010.
I am mostly putting this photo here so you know what this post is not going to be about.
The past month I spent more time than I really want to think about researching and constructing 100 word descriptions about the top sites and points of interest in Paris, France. One hundred of these 100 word descriptions later, I am a little sick of Paris, to be truthful. Continue reading
Categories: Cross-Cultural Living, Ghetto Paris Living, Paris Blogging, Paris Monuments
Tags: "Ghetto" Living, Cool Kids, cross-cultural adaptation, Cross-Cultural Coping, food intolerance, Geeks, ghetto gardening, Ghetto Paris, herbs, houseplants, Leader Price/Poor People Store, Paris cheerleaders, Paris monuments, Paris Rant
A Beach in Juan Les Pins
Here’s a vacation postcard from me to you, dear Readers. I hope you enjoy it. Can you picture yourself here, on the beach, in the South of France? I hope this brings a little escape into your day.
Most of August has passed us by. I guess my blog decided that it was going to go on vacation along with me. 🙂