I really want to share with you guys some photos I took!! This weekend, I went to a little beach town in the northwest of France called St Malo with my really good friend, Eva. She drove us there on friday evening, after school, it was a 2 hours and half drive from where I live. The entire ride, we passed through little towns and fields with cows it was pretty funny. It had been a long time I hadn’t really seen Eva since I came back from the U.S, we just got coffee together one day but otherwise we were both really busy, so it was really nice to see her this weekend and to recall good memories with her.
This weekend went by so fast. When we arrived at her appartment on friday night we were so tired, we just ate dinner, watched TV and laughed. When we woke up we didn’t even remember when we fall asleep the night before haha. On saturday morning, we took some photos in this little cute town, and after that, she had to work for a while so I stayed at her appartment to study because I have so many tests this week, it’s so stressful (maths and spanish, my least favorite classes) :((( But anyway, when she was done with her work she invited me at the restaurant, it was soooo good, I got a little salad with goat cheese and tomatoes and for desert I got a chocolate crepe, delicious!! It was a good night! The next morning, I had to leave at 7 am because I had three trains to take to go home, 3 TRAINS!! It was a pretty long ride, but I love trains so it went by pretty fast. I arrived at my house at 1pm and I spent a sunday like any other : studying, drinking tea and sleeping. This weekend was a really good one.
Let’s go back to the photos I took of Eva: we didn’t have that much time to take photos because she had to work, but I think I took some good ones of her. She is so beautiful, and since it’s autumn (I love autumn) , the leaves of the trees are becoming orange and red, it’s beautiful!!
Thank you all for reading, enjoy the photos and don’t forget to give me feedback!!
And some photos of the good food we got at the restaurant, of course: