A blog about making the most of living in London, on a shoe string
20 something year old British student living in London and Paris. Loves music, theatre, new places, fashion, art, friends, laughter and pandas.
I come from a small town by the sea, I always miss that sea air, but living in the big city is what its all about...for now!
I've not yet worked out how to tag, categorise, or take artsy bloggy photos, but, I'm getting there.
If you need me call me, or maybe just email...firstname.lastname@example.org
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Category Archives: Paris
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With this new ‘chapter’ of my life, comes a new wardrobe, but at the moment teacher training is quite restricting in what you can wear in the old school corridors, but leaving school aside, this is what I would wear … Continue reading
I’m currently learning Spanish and I found the app ‘Spanishdict’ which gives you a new word everyday, just thought I’d share so we can learn Spanish together 😉 anadir = to add
A little notification popped up the other day wishing my blog a happy birthday. It doesn’t feel like two minutes since I first signed up but a lot has changed since then. I have finirshed my Masters in Paris and … Continue reading
The 2001 French film has become a part of France’s cultural identity; the Parisian scenes, the music and Audrey Tautou’s quirky portrayal of Amelie made me want to discover the reality of director Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Paris. The stylised settings show … Continue reading
I started this blog as a kind of photo diary of my life in Paris, but stopped blogging in March after computer failure, (laptop breakdown =anf fortunately not emotional breakdown!) I have now passed my Masters in French as a … Continue reading
From Paris to London to the seaside. A whole day of travelling on every kind of transport; metro, taxi, bus, tube, train, car, and I’m finally home! Nothing like escaping the big smoke for some seaside air.