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I don’t know what all has happened really since I last wrote in my blog. I apologize for not keeping up very well. I have gotten into a routine here and it mostly includes lunch, school, dinner. The exciting news around town is that there are flowers blooming. Yes I know it’s very exciting when they weather has been as cold as it has been here. Side note: the flowers are next to the public bathrooms ...
I apologize I have been MIA for the past two weeks. But my life hasn't been too exciting. My exciting news is that I am moving rooms! I am being spoiled and moving to the biggest room in the dorms, with its own bathroom! You have no idea how happy I am to report this EXCITING news!! The only downfall (which actually may be a great thing) is my new room mate is going to be a 40 year old Bulgarian woman. At least she will have a ...
We caught the bus from berlin to wroclaw. Up early as the bus left at 7am and took I think about 4-5 hours again. We had been out the night before at hofbrau house near the city for our last chance at German pork knuckle like we had at oktoberfest! It was amazing at the time but jason and I both think we got crook from it. ...
... Greek restaurant. We were the only ones in there so we should have known better. The salad was amazing and the saganaki was good, but we wanted to split the pilaf and we got 2 orders instead. That's the first time it happened on this trip so we need to be pretty clear. The waiter spoke good English and we thought we were. And to top it off, it was overly sweet and not very good. But if that's the worst thing that happened to us all week, we're ...
Compared to the camp in Lithuania, I have been finding myself making extremely individualized lessons for each of my classes since the ages are extremely varied and each class tends to be a little bit different. Although I changed my lessons for the each group slightly in Lithuania, it seemed necessary to do it more here in Poland because my age range was from 8-16 year olds. During the first day of camp, when each class went around and met each teacher for ten minutes, ...