After arriving home from London, it was Halloween. I LOVE Halloween and dressing up, even though I am 21. I just really love, love, love Halloween. So I was a little bummed to be missing out this year. However, since my host family lives out in the suburbs, there were like 12 trick-or-treaters that came to the door. That’s A LOT for France. These kids dont really know the rules of trick-or-treating though so I taught them how to say “betises ou bonbons” before they got candy. Then one of the other American students had a Halloween party. I didnt have a costume so I simply wore the random souvenirs I bought in Paris. It was a lot of fun and I was happy to share Halloween with not only Americans, but a lot of the other international students in our program. It was nice to be a goofball and dance the night away. That is one thing I do find difficult about living in France is that my silliness is not acceptable here. I can be goofy with my host family which is great, but all other times it can be a little restricting.
- World’s most-visited theme parks
- Take advantage of the local group deals abroad
- Disney World? We want to Chattanooga!
- Disney World? We want to go to Chattanooga!
- Return to Bamako
- Airline companies backing off of the top travel surcharges
- School so far …
- Enthusiastic about Berlin
- Bumbling around in Berlin
- Airline retreat at peak travel allowances
Submited at Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 at 2:00 pm on Europe by sofia
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