The owner of the shop, Pauline, has intricately decorated each corner of this stall, extending even outside of it, with items she personally curates every week from yard sales across Paris. As she describes it, she specializes in everything from bijoux and maroquinerie (jewelry and leather goods) to bibelots and curiosités (trinkets and curiosities).
That was the moment, less than two years ago, that I completely changed my life course. That was the moment that I realized my true calling was to travel the world, eating and learning throughout every country, and to share those experiences with the world. That is the moment when I decided I wanted to become a Food and Travel Journalist.
My name is Tamala Malerk and I just finished my first year as a PhD student of history at the University of South Florida. I am very graciously a recipient of an education abroad scholarship. My major is Modern Europe with a minor in Public History and my research and writing tends to reflect overall [...]