Now, I am not one who really goes out on the town much, let alone stays up much past midnight. Last night was definitely an adventure!
First off, some of us got separated from some of the other Canadians because they didn't get off at the right tram stop. Luckily, we all had "safety buddies" who we were sticking with, and mine got off with me at the right stop. Whew!
After cutting in line (the hugest line I've seen for a dance club), we managed to get inside around 12:30. So late! It was very different than places in Canada. Like I said earlier, there is actually a real DJ... and this night, it just so happened that the most famous DJ in Europe was the host. So crazy! I was actually really impressed with his work. It was really interesting!
I naturally assumed my role of making sure that everyone was safe and with the group. Luckily I had some help this time, from another friend.
|Our little group- some Canadians, an American, some Italians... so international!|
A few of us finally decided to leave around 3:45am... like I said, so unlike me! Anyways, we were getting tired so we caught the late bus back to an area near our rez.
Even though I didn't get much sleep, I woke up at 9am, had some coffee and headed off to church! The sermon was really good and easy to follow, so I was quite content. I also knew some of the songs, which is really cool when you know them in English but sing them in French. I find it kind of inspiring to know that music can cross so many cultural barriers.
I am usually very prudent, and tend to not do the crazy things typical of my age group. So it was actually really fun doing something a little bizarre last night! I may have to take a nap this afternoon, but that's okay. When in France!