To make up for the past three days, here are three pictures–even though I’ve been without internet, I’ve still been taking pictures! Day One in Dreux: The view from my bedroom window…pretty, right?… Read More
Hello faithful readers, I have arrived and I am safe in Dreux. I will post more information later, as I am currently using the computer in the teacher’s lounge at Lycée Branly. The… Read More
One of the most beautiful, and well-recognized landmarks in Paris.
It really is quite insane how many scooters there are in Paris.
A bunch of language assistants met up today in the Jardin de Tuileries. Here is a picture of some of us together!
Two newlyweds kiss on a bridge over the Seine river. On the bridge, you can see the locks of love–people who are in love leave padlocks on the bridges and write their names… Read More
The Eiffel Tower, seen from the Jardin du Luxembourg. You can only see it pop up in one area of the park. If you walk a few feet over on each side, the… Read More
Dear friends, family, and acquaintances, I write this letter, as I am about to embark on my journey to France, to teach English through the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), a program… Read More