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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Inès

Thursday, July 26, 2012 0
Yesterday afternoon we had an opportunity of getting to know Inès, salesperson at Geox of Hotel de Ville. A very sweet French Algerian origin with very fluent English accent though. It turned out she is currently pursuing her degree in Southampton, UK. In her third year now she is working to fund her study.

She claimed it is cheaper to pursue her study there compare in London. About three thousand euro compare up to three times more in capital city of UK.

So Inès, here is the meaning to your name. It is a Spanish and Italian prenom with greek meaning which means pure. Equivalent in French is Agnès! In Berbère it means helpfulness and pleasantness!

Voila!!!

Kore ... Kore

I had learned few Japanese words while shopping for perfume at Benlux in Arrondissement 8, Rue Rivoli, Paris this afternoon. With the help of a very close friend relative we managed to get up to 40% ie. Quarante pourcent of discount (remise).
One of the word is above. Kore means "here" or celui la. Or "ini" in Malay. Hachui means hot. And Samui means cold.
Thank you to madame Yoshiko who had been France for an over 30 years. Enchanté! Perhaps I will write later how I feel about shopping there later. A bientot et bonne nuit!
 
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