Currently, I am living on the French country side, which has quite a lot of benefits. I live in the town of St. Genis (pronounced Sun Genee), which is a picturesque small French town. Everyday I bike to work and enjoy seeing the rolling hills, beautiful fields, and cows. Yes, I bike past two fields filled with cows everyday on my day to work. I also bike past the border between France and Switzerland. It’s pretty fun because it is at the bottom of a hill and I go speeding across the border on my bicycle. It is a stark contrast between the US-Canada border crossing with guard posts, security cameras, and papers. It’s kind of funny because I always imagined that in Europe you were constantly asked for papers, mostly due to watching to many old war and spy movies. Where in America I thought going to Canada is a piece of cake. It turns out, the opposite is true, no one here asks for papers and now you need a passport to go to Canada.
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