I know hostel are already used by a lot of travellers, but I also know from relatives and people I happen to speak with that the idea of staying in an hostel is still for a lot of people the weirdest thing ever to do.
But this is never as bad as people think it is, in fact it’s a GREAT option that should be considered by everyone, even if you’re anxious to share a room with strangers.
I was in Angoulême this week end. This city is mainly known for his comics festival. And I could use a few words to describe it : hills, heat, panorama, arts.
Ce week-end j’étais à Angoulême. Principalement connue pour son Festival de la BD. On peut résumé ça en quelques mots : pentes, chaleurs, panorama et arts.
So I thought I could show you all of this in pictures, since a pictures spoke a thousand words.
Trèves de bavardages, regardons ça en photos.
I am currently facing a whole “I miss Japan so much” crisis, so I have been going trhough all my pictures oF my previous trips since I probably won’t be back there before summer 2018 (or even later !). While doing this, I actually noticed something, food, I have LOTS of pictures of delicious meal I had the chance to enjoy. You might have seen some in my post about themed restaurants. Though there is still so much more to talk about when it comes to food in Japan.
Quite a lot happened lately, mostly good news ! The most important news of them all is the fact that I got accepted for an Erasmus Exchange in Kent, England instead of Ireland as I thought I would first. Still really happy though ! Definitely will be an awesome experience.
When it comes to Ramen (and more Japanese food) if you’re not familliar with Paris you probably don’t know that the “Rue Saint-Anne”-and the street that cross it “Rue des Petits Champs” in Paris (Ier Arrondissement) is pretty famous for it’s bunch of Japanese restaurants.
But if you want to find some good Japanese Ramens restaurants you should definitely check out this street.