If i were

Hello everybody, I hope you’re okay. We find ourselves today for the tag « If i were » For those who do not know the principle of this tag, it is a literary game that allows to detect certain aspects of personality, of a person through the identification of this one with certain elements (places, nature, objects, culture, etc.)

Here is my portrait inspired by the blog  » N’oublie pas d’écrire « .

Disclaimer: I am French living in Strasbourg and from Comoros islands . My goal is to learn English while practicing my passion which is blogging. If you see any mistakes, please correct me so I can improve my English level. Thank you.

If I were a plant I would be a peperomia albovittata.

If I were a country I would be the Comoros Islands. What would I be without my islands…

If I were a city I would be Galway. I strongly advise you if you ever go to Ireland to take a ride to Galway. It’s a beautiful city! In fact I did a little article about the city of Galway.

If I were a place in my house, I would be my office. Because when i’m in my office, i’m productive.

If I were an art I would be the seventh art. I love drama and police movies.

If I were a music I would be RHOLALA . This is my rap music discovery of the year.

If I were an everyday object I would be my computer. My whole life is in my computer. Whether it’s my courses, social media, the blog or even my picyures.

If I were a book I would be Brand Success Volume 2. A book about the 50 outstanding new successes of marketing and communication. A motivating book that traces the history of brands and their creators and how they manage to stand out from the others.

If I were a video game, I’d be Fortnite. Although I’m not a pro gamer, Fortnite is definitely the most effective way to let off steam during the week.

If I were a show, I’d be Narcos Colombia. I already seen films and documentaries about Pablo escobar, but for the moment this seri shows more detailed sides of the lifestyle of people even ifsome parts are fictitious.

If I were a dish I’d be spaghetti bolognese with good Parmesan and basil. Yummy !

If I were a sport, I’d be yoga.

If I were a movie I would be Bohemian Rhapsody. It’s not my generation at all, but the movie is just Amazing! I saw it three times in the movies to tell you how much he left me speechless.

If I were a dessert I’d be a plain cheesecake.

If I were a cocktail I would be a Virgin mojito. And yes I don’t drink alcohol.

If I were a perfume I would be Lancôme’s perfume « Life is Beautiful » . I’ve been wearing it for almost three years and it’s my boyfriend’s favorite perfume.

If I were a treat I would be sweet and caramelized popcorn. An essential treat to watch movies.

what is your portrait?

Tag : Travel

Disclaimer: I am French living in Strasbourg and from Comoros islands . My goal is to learn English while practicing my passion which is blogging. If you see any mistakes, please correct me so I can improve my English level. Thank you.

1- What was your first plane trip?

I made my first trip in 2000, a few months after my birth. Around my 3 months. And the destination was the island of Mayotte. I don’t remember, but from what I heard, I was very calm and I didn’t cry. It was a great trip. 

2- Is there a place you would like to go back?

If there is one place I would love to revisit, it is Ireland. More precisely the 4 cities (Galway, Limerick, Cork, Dublin).

In 2019, I spent 3 months between the months of January and April visiting Ireland. And that was the best language study trip I ever had. It allowed me to discover with friends and comrades which I would not have discovered on a family trip, while speaking all the time in English. By the way, I planned to return there with my boyfriend.

3- You leave tomorrow and money is not a problem, where would you go?

If money is not a problem, I would necessarily go to Tanzania. Being a Comorian, I grew up in an African culture. As Tanzania is a country bordering the Comoros Islands, I have always dreamed of visiting it. It is also a way to discover the countries of my region of origin, which is the Indian Ocean region.

What I would like to do is to eat in the famous island restaurant called « The Rock Restaurant Zanzibar ». For the simple reason that it is an atypical and original place.

4- What is your favorite transport?

For long distances I prefer the train. Because I have the internet connection, the network and it’s less full and I can work more quietly.

For small distances I prefer car because it is long enough to make a good trip, but not too long to spend an entire day. Being in good company and with good music is pretty is better.

5- Your favorite travel website?

I don’t really have a favorite travel website. For budgetary matters I often go to website which compares prices regarding on services and I take the cheapest service. For the train I usually order via trainline which is a comparator and which integrates some advantage cards like SNCF for example.

To reserve the places where I will stay, I go through popular sites such as booking.com or directly via the host’s website.

6- Is there a place you would never go back?

So far, no matter where I’ve been, I’ve never come across anything that made me want to not go back.  

I had the opportunity to visit many countries and regions around the world. I think that all destinations have in common one touristic side and another one. When I travel I try to think about these sides all the time. In this way I want to emphasize that even if we do everything to hide the misery of a country, that misery is always present and is a reality.

7- Do you prefer sitting: hallway, middle or window?

I am 100% team window. For two reasons:

First, I prefer to have an outside view. This saves me from having to look at people all the time.

Second: I rarely get up to go to the bathroom. I am usually able to last 5 hours on the train without going to the bathroom. Yeah, I know it’s not good for my body. However, when I am in the middle or on the hallway, the people next to me need to get up all the time and it is quite embarrassing to have to raise their tablet, shut down the computer, etc.

8- What is your next trip?

My next trip is supposed to take place in Brittany. But when, how and where precisely I don’t know. Do you know any places to visit in the Brittany region ?

9- How many countries have you visited?

I have visited seven countries in total.

  • I visited the island of Mayotte where I lived for 10 years and where my father is from.
  • I visited the island of Anjouan where my mother is from.
  • I visited the island of Mohéli.
  • I have traveled around France even though I live in Strasbourg. There are always things to visit.
  • While touring France, I also visited Monaco.
  • I often go to Germany because I live in a German border town. I also took a language trip in Berlin and Potsdam.
  • I visited Ireland for 3 months during a language study trip (Galway, Limerick, Cork, Dublin)

10- Which accommodation do you prefer when travelling?

In France in general I prefer houses. We can make food, there is space, and i adore french architecture .

Abroad I prefer hotels. I don’t really know what kind of country I’m going to fall on, so I prefer to take a hotel.

For me, traveling is?

To go in search of the never-seen-before and leave your comfort zone. To travel is to learn new cultures, customs and values. It’s looking for someone else’s key to becoming a better person.

Travelling is to jump into the unknown and come out stronger.