When I wasn’t busy jumping queues and outrageously flaunting my disability [for the greater good, of course] I met up with new and old friends in Paris.
Having been a member of Couchsurfing for coming up to 4 years now, I have been able to meet people from all over the place by either staying over at their place or meeting them at different events.
This was taken at a quiz event a few days ago, we did not win. We did not even come close to winning, but lots of fun was had.
Apart from one, these would be the people that I would spend Valentine’s Day singing with
That’s one of the great thing I love about Couchsurfing just meeting random people that you may not have ordinarily, and especially as I was travelling by myself which I so often I am, it’s always nice to have a little bit of company along the way.
Inside Irish pub “Carrs” just behind Rue de Rivoli, these men were playing some Irish songs
Simply had to go to the Pont des Arts Bridge and stake a claim!
Valentine’s Day in Paris was a lot of fun as I went to Versailles and ended my evening singing my little heart out with previously met Couchsurfers, who I do hope will be coming to London soon!
Colour coordination was not done on purpose. We’re just awesome.
Inside Frequence cafe with great company
Having a farewell drink at Le Meurice with one of my loves on my last day in gay Paris!