Yes, I’ve been travelling again. Where? This time to France! Last week, me and my family drove by car to France and stayed there for a week. And the one thing I absolutely have such a love for is French supermarkets. Why are they so good, you may question? The choice! You can practically get anything at a French supermarket and we visited so many during the week whilst we stayed there. So in this post, I would like to share what I bought.
The reason I bought these sweets was that they looked rather interesting! When I saw these I couldn’t decide what they would be like, however, when I tasted them they tasted amazing! They have a hard outside but a soft marshmallow like inside.
Unlike the sweets, I had actually already tasted these before and because I enjoyed them so much I bought them again! They are like sandwich biscuits and have a goey chocolate centre.
A very simple purchase but one that was much needed! I picked this ruler up for only sixty cents; what a bargain!
Another needed purchase, I never seem to have any pencils! These pencils I also picked up really cheaply, I think they were around seventy cents.
Seems like I was going with a theme, doesn’t it? I probably have too many rubbers but I just never use them. These I will most definitely use because they are nice and small and are very pratical.
Two Sets of Black Pens
These pens are really good and I knew I had to buy some more! I like using thicker nibs as it allows me to make my handwriting neater and makes it more comfortable to write.
I don’t know why I didn’t buy these sooner! I have been needing to get some for a long time and I am so pleased I got this pack of one hundred.
I always have pieces of paper and files lying about unorganised so this folder will help me put away all the pieces of paper that are important but don’t have a home.
PaperMate InkJoy Colourful Pens
I do like jazzing up things I write, though I have always used boring colours. This pack of twelve will help me spice up the way I write and jot down notes.
I needed to get a desk mat and my last one was coincidentally from a French supermarket. Well, I say this is a desk mat, really it was a table mat and it was only eighty cents. What! My last one cost me seven euros, so I am definitely getting one of the table mats again.
And that is what I bought in France. If you would like to see what I did in France, then please let me know below.
As well as that, have you enjoyed reading three posts a week? I am considering continuing it into the foreseeable future but what are your thoughts, let me know.