Bonjour à tous! So it may be a little premature of me here (considering we still have one month of winter to go), but I am so excited about Spring style! I have been seeing gorgeous floral patterns and flowy skirts pop up in the […]
Month: July 2017
Bonjour à tous! Bienvenue to my post about Bastille Day! Bastille Day is actually the English name for the French National Day (la Fête nationale or le 14 juillet), celebrated on the 14th of July. It commemorates the first day of the Storming of the […]
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Picture a bustling winter market set at an old flour mill adorned with beautiful Christmas decorations and pine trees. A crisp winter breeze cuts through the air, but a warm wood fire smell permeates your surroundings as you make your way in. To me, it smells of Europe – and it looks like it, too. Bare trees and fairy lights decorate the top of my vision and warm foods are offered at stalls lined up in a row.
This is the Winterfest at Port Adelaide – a wonderland for people of all ages and many things to see and do. When I think about our lovely little city of Adelaide, I feel proud that in the past few years we have managed to put on such fantastic events for the people to enjoy. It is honestly so much fun and I am really thankful to the creators and everyone involved in the Winterfest for putting on this amazing experience for our city! (more…)
Bonjour à tous! Aujourd’hui, je vous parlerai de Bonjour Barossa! Bonjour Barossa was a beautiful event held at the historic Seppeltsfield Winery, in, you guessed it, the Barossa Valley. It was a gorgeous experience to have had, especially in the middle of winter in South […]
Bonjour à tous! Last night I attended an amazing fashion show held at the Hotel Richmond on Rundle Mall in Adelaide. It was an incredibly entertaining event and I absolutely adored all of the pieces I saw. When I first arrived at the event I managed […]
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So this month has been kinda hectic for me, I’ve got to admit. I have had a few difficult things happen which I won’t really go into on here; yet somehow I have managed to find things to enjoy throughout the month as well. I’ve really tried to focus on having happy moments even in quite devastating times, and I think this is a really important thing to learn how to do in order to keep living your life.
I have also had the exam period at Uni recently, and I have had a major assignment due for Linguistics. Great news on that though – I got quite a high grade for that paper, so here I am another step closer to becoming a linguist! You know when you do well at it and you love it, it is definitely a path for you. So, without further adieu, here is a list of my favourites for this month, as well as some fun future plans: (more…)