Paris, Paris…

So, here I am in Paris…
Yes, you read it right, I’m in Paris, France; The city of lights, romance, fashion and whatever else they came up with…

But wait a second, the last time I wrote I was mumbling about how the world has more billionaires now and us getting peanuts, now all of a sudden, I’m in Paris??! How did that happen?
Well, let me do a quick rewind then fast forward through the weekend.

Saturday was my birthday, yeah no big post about that this year, phone line is screwed at home, so no connection, so of course no post, plus I’m not sure I’d have posted about it anyway, I mean enough about that already. So, birthday; small gathering at our place with Eman’s parents and mine; gifts were mostly clothes.
Note to self: This is certainly a good solution to get rid of shopping, I have to either have more birthdays or more people at my birthdays.

Sunday: I woke up early, well relatively early for a weekend, got myself ready and headed to the airport in time for my flight to Paris.
I had a bad experience at the airport that I’d rather not get into now, but I made it to Paris in the end, where I’ll be spending two weeks training for my new job. So no, it’s no tourism travel, but I’ll be trying to wander around a bit and take some photos after work and on weekends.

I haven’t been to Paris for such a long time; last time I was like 10 years old or something, so yeah very long time.
This time I’m all alone, staying in a small studio the company rented in Barb

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Mohamed Marwen Meddah is a web development director, amateur photographer and web enthusiast from Tunisia, currently living in Canada.

8 thoughts on “Paris, Paris…”

  1. i can’t stand being seperated for more than one day? two weeks…that’s ouch !!! will training cover communication to Tunisia :-)))))) i hope so

    and please, stay away from mcdoc, that thing will kill you if you abuse it…

  2. Tarek, merci beaucoup πŸ™‚

    Koffiekitten, Thanks, I’m trying to enjoy it as best as I can πŸ™‚

    Orange, well I’m here for 2 weeks, so there’s time for both fast food and French cuisine πŸ˜‰

    Napo, yeah tell me about it man…
    And no, communications to Tunisia aren’t covered in the training, so I have to pay for my calls.
    As for McDo, well it’s not like I’ll be eating there everyday, it’s just that I miss grabbing a nice delicious burger every once in a while πŸ˜‰

    MoZZ, Thanks πŸ™‚ And don’t worry, I have no time to abuse anything here πŸ˜›

  3. Hint: hey look at some phone cabines (they use internet calls) or maybe you can by some phone cards it’s very cheap compared to a ‘normal’ call.

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