I live in paradise but I have moments of sadness.
I have to admit that I miss my friends in Paris.
Consequently, I choose to list all the advantages and shortcomings of living where I am.
The result? I love Tunisia from the bottom of my heart for a million reasons.
I am delighted to live in paradise. Being human and true also means experiencing some moments of sadness and nostalgia. Even in paradise my friend my sister.
One member of our beautiful community asked me why I decided to go and live in Tunisia, Africa.
First I love this country for a reason which is difficult to explain. I feel like the spirit of this country is running through my veins. I feel like I am 9 years old again when I am in Tunisia. The air feels familiar. The magnificent ever-present sun, the softness of the weather, the beautiful blue sky together create a magical bubble. I feel I live in paradise. I feel like I can really fulfill my mission in Tunisia. Had I stayed in Paris, I would have gotten very ill.
Second, I wanted to go and live in Portugal because it was in the European Union. However I could not find schools where classes were taught in French for my kids. On the contrary, it is easy to find French schools in Tunisia.