〜世界一周始めました〜

初めましてアラフォーバックパッカー夫婦、嫁のあぐり です🤗

〜世界一周始めました〜

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この度、四十(しじゅう)にして世界に飛び立ちましたピーターパンな嫁、AGUです。

アラフォー夫婦でアドベンチャーって事で、ブログなんか始めちゃうちょっとおのぼりさんな私たち(๑˃̵ᴗ˂̵)

記念すべき初投稿を任されたものの何を書いて良いものかと悩み中(^◇^;)

ひとまず、初めましてという事でAGUをザックリ紹介します(#^.^#)

きっと皆さん、こんな歳から世界一周に行くだなんて随分ぶっ飛んだ奴に違いない!!と思われたかも知れないですが私は至って普通の人間です。  旦那はさて置き、私はね!

そんなノーマル人間AGUは下着が大好きで高級インポートランジェリー店、そして美味しい物が大好きで某フランス ブーランジェリーに勤務

簡単に申しますとパン屋パンツ屋に勤めてたという訳です。

あとAGUを語る上で忘れてはいけないのがとにかく”鈍臭い” ということ!! これに尽きる、、、

そんなAGUですが白馬の王子と出逢い約2年前に遅咲きの花嫁となり今に至る。といった感じ♡

これから夫婦二人三脚で世界一周についての色んな情報などをあげて行こうと思ってまーす。

いかんせん、ズボラな二人なので気ままな更新になるとは思いますが世界一周、一緒にお付き合いくださーい╰(*´︶`*)╯

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