It’s now time to discover the Seaport District, in South Boston, an area we’d
never been to before. In this area you can find the Institute of Contemporary Art
and a nice walkway along the seaside. We tend to forget it, but we do live by the
sea (obviously not the Mediterranean!). This walkway actually goes all around
the city, but if you follow it all the way around : maximum freezing guaranteed.
I stammer, I doubt, I don’t know what to say. Well, it’s still pretty hard to understand and be understood. And when it comes to interact with people, I start sweating. I need to improve my English.
We are settle in Boston for about 2 weeks, and we are still exploring our neighborhood to find nice restaurants.
It’s not easy to meet new people when you’re an expat. I tried an easy method to start with, I went to a French association of exat in Boston. We’ve got a rendez-vous at the Museum of Fine Arts. Awesome ! People and culture.
*Doing the laundry myself is ruining my nail polish
Somebody told me once, that you knew that you were an adult when you owned your washing machine. But in our new flat, we have to share it. What does it mean now§