All the feels

The other day, I was walking down the Champs-Élysées back to the RER station after an afternoon exploring and I suddenly became very very aware of the fact that I live in Paris. I know what you’re thinking, I’ve been here a whole two months now, surely that would have hit me a little bitContinue reading “All the feels”

Well hello there Autumn

Oh dear lord Paris in Autumn has added a whole new level onto my love for this city. Although, as a Scottish person I wouldn’t even know it were autumn if the leaves weren’t changing colour, since today I was out with no tights on in 25 degree heat. Thinking about what I’ve been upContinue reading “Well hello there Autumn”

Happy Month-iversary Paris

If I could buy you chocolates and an oversized teddybear then I would, because you are an absolute pleasure to be with. I quite genuinely cannot believe that a whole month has passed already, although little french things have already started to rub off on me. Typing this is taking me ages for example becauseContinue reading “Happy Month-iversary Paris”

Week one out of a tonne

Today marks the end of my first full week in France, also the week anniversary of me crying in the middle of the Gare du Nord when my family (brutally) left me there. Those of you who know me will know that I am not a cryer, I was simply overwhelmed. Despite that slight initialContinue reading “Week one out of a tonne”

Bonjour Paris (sounds better if you say it like ‘paree’)

There is an actual thing called ‘Paris Syndrome’, which is when people go to Paris for the first time with sparkly romantic images in their heads, and are severely disappointed with what they find there on arrival. The literal (if Wikipedia is literal) definition is ‘a transient mental disorder exhibited by some individuals when vacationingContinue reading “Bonjour Paris (sounds better if you say it like ‘paree’)”