It's a bit funny, because in France they just call it 14th july, and they don't have the habit saying "happy 14th" or anything like that to eachother. But it seems Americans do it? At least from what I saw on twitter...
Anyway, we just went to Miki's place, which is not far from here. Jun was there too, so then we got to say goodbye again. I feel like we're always giving him goodbye parties :P He flies back tonight so...sayonara! Again! I had such a nice time though. I love these people a lot.
The fireworks were soooo cool. It's the first time I've seen them launched from the actual Eiffel tower. Really nice!
We're taking the car to the south of France tomorrow, and we'll be there for a few days. I think I'll bring my laptop though, so I should stay somewhat connected. Lolo's parents are going away for a while so we will just hang out there at the vineyard. I'm excited! It looks like a really cool place. And I've never been to this part of France before.