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5 lời khuyên đơn giản mà « nhiệm màu » giúp bạn được nhận thực tập

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Như đã hứa hôm nay mình xin phép chia sẻ cùng các bạn một số kinh nghiệm khá đơn giản mà mình đã bồi hồi xúc động nhận ra trong quá trình tìm kiếm thực tập. 1,933 more words


Dry Wall

Dry stone walls (pierres seches) are one of the iconic features of the French countryside. “Dry” means no mortar. (The French use “dry” in many circumstances which have nothing to do with “not wet.” For example, a soup can be “dry” if it doesn’t have enough fat–quite aside from a powdered mix. 437 more words


Meet Fifi

Fifi is the newest member of the gang.

The vessel for adventures!

I’ve never really been in to cars. I couldn’t tell you makes or models. 674 more words

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French Laundry

There’s a divide between France and the U.S., and it has to do with how people take care of their clothes.

Let’s start with washing. Front-load washers have gained popularity in the U.S., but they have long been typical in Europe. 805 more words


Lessons I have learned living abroad

This time last year I had just moved to France after finishing my degree, now I’m getting ready to move back home. So after living abroad for over a year now it feels like the right time to share the lessons I have learnt. 908 more words


Fur Baby Mummy

If you’ve followed my blog you’ll probably have noticed a common denominator in most of the stories, one reoccurring factor that seems to always get a mention. 652 more words

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My Year Abroad: Racial Harassment (Part 1)

Whilst living in France over the past 9 months, it has astounded me how many times I’ve been leered at, catcalled or “accidentally” touched by people I’d rather not make acquaintance with. 945 more words

Year Abroad