RJ Brudenell (azoth) wrote,
RJ Brudenell


Breakfast was bread, butter, jam and hot chocolate. Filling. We then set out on a coach journey to Rouen.

To start with we visited the 'Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Rouen'

Then we went to the Joan of Arc museum where someone in our group set off the fire alarm.

After that we had dinner, which was some sort of meat covered in mayonnaise. Naturally we didn't eat it but when we were given time to go shopping we headed straight for the McDonald's we'd spotted earlier. I had McNuggets because I couldn't afford anything else.

After McDonald's we went to the NafNaf shop where we met everyone else. In the end I borrowed some money and bought a wallet:

Paul then dared me to buy a porn mag for him. I wasn't embaressed at all and the woman in the shop didn't seem care. Paul was reading it on the back of the coach on the way back to the complex. Most of the girls were unimpressed.

The dinner that night was alright but I can't remember what it was.

Later that night we had a game of spin the bottle. It landed on Melanie but Paul wouldn't kiss her. I felt kind of bad for her so I kissed her instead.

We all talked all night and Paul carried on talking even though everyone else had flaked out.
Tags: cathedral, france, george spencer, rouen

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