Interesting differences on a French migrant to Australia https://www.businessinsider.com.au/life-in-australia-according-to-french-expat-2018-4 (the title refers to him as an 'expat' but considering how he's been living in Australia for 7 years and just applied to become a citizen....)
@superruserr oh no go to the sun in the park and lay on a bench and feed the doves do not be feary
And it's not OK to have detail like "I have my partner living with me half the time" actually being left out of a lease agreement. 2 nights seem to be norm, but staying over 4 nights per week is OT. Not to mention that has not really contributed to the flat at all ie not washed the dishes that they leave out, not taken out the trash, says she does not have to clean as a visitor, and so on. It's just downright uncomfortable to have to confront, so I stay inside a lot...
Quiet happy that this is the second last weekend with the flatmate and his gf before they both move out. I won't miss feeling like being a caretaker/maid for this couple (different expectations with being apartment being clean, lack of pitching in with duties etc). Also not having to overhear the fights and not feeling like a complete third wheel.
Last weekend is actually their last. Either that or will start moving out. I actually want to take a trip out to Rouen, but I need my hours :/
@superruserr Oui déjà une promenade avec mes enfants ... et surement une deuxième après le goûter !
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