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... year, I got a tough group of kids this time around. They had virtually no structure last year and so behavior management has been the main (and sometimes only) focus for my classroom. Fortunately I've got skills in this department so the girls are settling in (finally!) and I can somewhat do my job. I'm actually getting to enjoy my kids now and that's a major relief.
I've taken some side tutoring jobs in some palaces - yes, that's what I meant to say - and although ...
... lines. I have arrived in the largest mall in Kuwait. The avenues the first thing that greats me. Shake Shack. We can't even get those in New Jersey!
As of now the only thing that is different from the states in the Mall is that the stores are over-lit and the locals garb.
I'm going to be honest I feel as if I'm stuck in my churches Christmas pageant.
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7) zodra je nummer aangekondigd wordt kan je naar het loket voor de aanvraag van een visa-on-arrival
8) na afloop van 7) is het even wachten en dan wordt je naam afgeroepen aan een ander loket waar je dan je visa kan afhalen, handig toch? Zo, nu op naar de paspoort controle.
En misschien moet ik hier volgende week terugkomen maar gelukkig heb ik
dit dan allemaal al in ...
... it takes to do that...). It was spacious, and very clean, and had one of the largest showers I'd seen in a long time. That first night, I had dinner in the hotel restaurant, the Atlantis. It was a buffet (which, as many of you know, I hate...), but then I went back to my room, put on my swimsuit and went for a bit of a swim in the lap pool. Hey, at 9 pm, it was still 38C, so it was still hot, but pleasant in the water.
... so much as slow down by 1kph. I wonder sometimes if they just like the sound of the car horn, they use it so much. Nothing seems to please them more than being in a traffic jam so that they can sound the horn like mad. The rules are that they are the most important person on the road and typically the person with the biggest car has the right of way.
"Gulf Road Dodgems" is the name I have given to their driving down the Gulf Road (the ...