Groceries, Public Transport, & Minimum Wage in Southern France

I suppose one thing I’m proud of is that I found a conversation between two real humans much more interesting than a book.

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OMG. Took the bus into Morningside to pick up some groceries.

There are simply too many people. Long lines. Rainy outside.

On the way here I tried to read a book. However, a man who lives in France was talking about how many rights workers have in Southern France and that teaching gigs at international schools are great. He also said that a person earning the minimum wage could buy a flat in Southern France. *Sigh* That is insane.

Not in Edinburgh.

Definitely NOT in the United States.

Anyway, this is a quite pointless blog. I’m bored. And wondering about Southern France…

I suppose one thing I’m proud of is that I found a conversation between two real humans much more interesting than a book. There is hope for this PhD student after all.

Cheers!

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