Tag Archives: Rennes

Dance in the dark of night, Sing to the morning light.

Today was Spring. Yesterday was spring too, technically. Today however, was the warmest and sunniest day I believe we’ve seen since… probably October. To celebrate, I thought I might write a bit of a rambling post to go along with … Continue reading

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It’s not the culture difference, it’s your own disorganization. Or is it ?

I returned to the library not more than a half-hour ago in a frustrated huff after yet another (attempted) visit to the Centre de Mobilité internationale. I walked in, dropped my bag and coat on a chair, and turned to … Continue reading

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The Infamy of French Bureaucracy : My adventures in avoiding deportation

Wednesday afternoon, as I ambled back home from the downtown centre of Rennes from yet another visit to the Centre de Mobilité Internationale, I was contemplating what I could discuss next on my blog. I’ve made brief mentions in past … Continue reading

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Memories of the present.

A video dedicated to the hometown love of Rennes created by a girl named Gaëlle. A fantastic, and very personal, view into the city in which I currently reside for my year abroad. I remember seeing this video long before … Continue reading

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Small adjustments

Random Ramble #4

Accurate depiction of what it’s like to be a vegetarian on exchange in France…

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“Vivre en intelligence”

L’Hôtel de Ville and motto of Rennes, Bretagne, France.

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“Plutôt la mort que la souillure”

… “Kentoc’h mervel eget bezañ saotret”, the motto of Bretagne in Breton language, or in English, “Rather Death than Dishonour” I’ve finished more than a full week of my exchange and can confidently say that if the rest of the  year … Continue reading

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