My first month in Paris

My first month in ParisIt’s the last day of February, which means it’s the last day of my first month as an intern in Paris.

I’m currently working as a receptionist at the hotel. Honestly, it’s not really challenging, being a receptionist was what I did on my last internship, so besides the new system, there’s nothing new to learn. The receptionist part of the internship is 9 weeks, so I’m halfway through, and I’m really looking forward to the next part, where I’ll be a housekeeping supervisor, which is closer to what I want to do once I graduate.

A lot of people tell me I’m living the dream, but to me, it doesn’t feel like that. Don’t get me wrong, I like it here, but I hate de fact that I can’t share the experience with my boyfriend or family. I miss home incredibly hard, but I realise that this is something I have to do in order to grow as a person.

While being here, I was “lucky” enough to experience the heaviest snowfall in Paris in 30 years. I love snow, but the tram and busses that connects us to the Parisian city centre didn’t drive, luckily, the day after they cleared the most important roads, so I was able to catch a bus to the centre and enjoy the snow.

I hope you enjoyed this post!

x, Elise

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