More boring adventures!

Breakfast was, as usual, fantastic.
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Lunch, on account of remaining at school to watch a movie (comedies are harder to get in foreign languages. Luckily this one was pretty slapstick), was bread and cheese.
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Yay bag lunches.

Dinner was delicious, but you have seen it before.
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Yep, leftovers from yesterday.

After dinner I had a cup of tea and some biscotti.
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I also finished the milk that I bought today. The milk here is very different than back home in the States. They have a different pasteurisation process here that doesn’t work as well. You have to drink it within forty-eight hours or so of opening it, three days if you feel like pushing it. Consequently, the largest bottles are one liter. However, inconvenience aside, I think it tastes a lot better this way.

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