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... of Toronto to see what we could of the city.
We discoverd half of the train station was under construction and the crowds and crowds of people streaming towards them as they made their way home from work made the streets a rather unpleasant place to be. We eventually found a mall that had a McDonalds, and decided on an Indian Curry place instead. The butter chicken was great - not as good as yours though Mum! Our ...
... the time 'observing' and was ready to be done after 5 hours. In the afternoon we went to the Cured Lepers Village and this is when things got interesting. We went around to the peoples homes instead of them coming to us. One elderly man had a bunch of chickens that would sit with him and jump on him. One in particular was not impressed with me- every time I tried to change the dressing he would jump on the man's leg and try to peck me. When that didn't stop me, ...
... what device the children were allowed to bring in, although smartphones are not allowed to be used. About half the students bring laptops and the other half bring tablets. MacBooks and iPads tend to be the preferred choice for students but there are also a number of PCs and Android tablets being brought in. With so many different devices in the school are there ever any issues with children not having the same applications? Answer: No. The school ...
... some time oggling at all the fresh food we made our way to the permant market where once again there was stacks and stacks of food, but this time not just fresh produce, every type of cuisine you could think of. And SO SO much bread! It made our mouths water like crazy... it hadn't helped that we didn't eat brekky before hand. There was lots of souveniry type shops so we had a gander and bought bits and pieces along the way. We ended up spending a ...
Surprisingly a rural university in Korea called me for an interview 'next Wednesday'. When I pointed out that I was in Canada I got no response back. A school in Moscow was offering $1000 USD/month in a shared apartment but wanted all kinds of lesson plans just for an interview on such a low salary and some unknown roommate.
Saudi I quickly found ...