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When I lived in New Zealand, I watched in envy as all sorts of interesting conferences and seminars happened in Toronto (or other cities in North America that were FAR easier to get to from home than in Christchurch), and promised myself that when I moved back home, I would start going to these events. Even though I’ve been back for over two years now, somehow I’ve not gone to any.
In the last few weeks, I’ve been busy signing up for heaps of different travel/travel writing, and web development events, — Im super excited. Not only am I looking forward to learning new skills, I’m really keen to meet like-minded people and to network to expand a few areas of my professional life.
When my friend Michaela said that she and her hubby were going to be in Paris while I was in London and why don’t I come over for a visit, I jumped at the chance to spend time with them in a city they both knew very well. After a whirlwind day of sightseeing, we packed a dinner of pâté, brie, roast chicken, baguette (of course!), red wine and pink champagne, and headed down to the very western tip of Île de la Cité to watch the sunset.