Saturday 27 September 2014

France (Part 2)

I know you've been waiting for it, so here is part two of my holiday in France back in August! It was only a month ago, but I miss my family so much! It's one of those days when you realise that your family is far away and that you can't give a hug to your brother for his birthday. But when I see them, I enjoy each second in their company :)

I know right? How amazingly good does this doughnut look?! It was the best I ever had, and I'm not even kidding. My dad said that the last time he ate such a good one was when he was 17 years old and the guy selling them was in a little van doing them freshly in front of him. St Malo is as you can see, a really interesting and beautiful town... with tasty doughnuts!!

The little town we were staying in had one of those traditional markets where you can find gorgeous fresh vegetables and fruits, and typical handmade products from the area. With the sun out, it was certainly a nice morning walk.

Well, Mont St Michel is definitely one of a kind. I really enjoyed walking in these tiny streets and going up the steep stairs to finally arrive at the top and embrace the amazing view on offer. The actual abbey, the history of which takes us back to the VIII century, has an incredible story and has been through so much that you're left wondering how it still stands.

I finished my holiday with the wedding of my cousin that the whole family had been waiting for. You see, it's the first wedding in my generation of the family, so it was a really special day for everyone. We had a whole weekend of festivities, and even though I was really tired at the end, it was such an amazing and emotional time and was definitely worth it. (On the last photo, you can see my little sister Eline, my little brother Thomas and me)

Have a nice weekend! :)

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