Tuesday, July 29, 2008

More Wifi Problems

If you have been reading my blog since the beginning of my time in Brussels, you'll remember that I had tons of problems with my wifi connection in Brussels. I finally got it to work but now it will not work down here in beautiful southern France. I must admit I'm irritated; what's the point of technology when it does not work. And I lugged my computer all the way down here for nothing. Oh well. So I will post my London Adventures soon enough. I warn my readers that I have not been idle; I have already written about eight blog entries. Once I finally have access again on my computer, I shall post them all as. But that may not be until I get back to the States, in which case the number will at least double if not triple. You don't have to read them all in one sitting, but be forwarned that the most recent will appear at the top, so you will have to scroll down to read the entries from the beginning.

3 comments:

Jeremy said...

Southern France? Are you in Marceille? You should check out the coastline if you can. It's beautiful. And if you're in need of some nice english speaking Americans I have some family living there. Though I'm sure you're loving the opportunity to use French!

Pierre Bellville said...

Sadly I am not that far south. I'm actually more in the center but it is still considered South. Someday I would love to meet your family in Marseilles. Maybe we can do that when you come to visit me...

And I am loving being able to use my French. I have improved more in three days in France than ten weeks in Brussels.

Rebecca said...

I thought you were only spending the weekend in France. It sounds as if you're getting quite the taste of European life. Your grand tour of the continent! You have my sympathy in regard to the WiFi problem. I've been getting wireless here at home, albeit intermittently (sp?). It's always when I have a mind to do some blogging that the connection is down. Argh! We shall simply have to be patient until you can post of all your adventures,then. I shall make a cup of tea and read them all in one sitting if I can. Carpe Diem!