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... in as many words (Spanish or otherwise), its tough **** that no-one else is learning anything and that I am close to infanticide.
My esteemed Mother, who taught Art for 40-odd years, would joke with her colleagues that some of the awful kids must have been 'miserable f&*ks' and this applies to Pablo, honey.I have no idea what his background is but for the two and half hours a week in which we share the same air its ...
... of Aussie boats have appeared in the marina. Mister Kitty has set about our winter projects for the boat with gusto while I'm getting myself into a working/writing routine in the hope of accomplishing as much of both as possible over winter.
We haven't yet seen as many of the sights of Cartagena as we intend to, but we've got lots of time for exploring the history and culture of the city. In the meantime, we'll enjoy the sun!
... year. Running away screaming, wailing, chanting 'Don't worry, be happy' through snot and tears.....
Of the two existing teachers one has only been here since April and the other may as well be a secret fugitive of the Italian Mob with her Mafia and million dollar divorce stories. She's not one to answer the 'How are you?' question dishonestly and I stopped listening when this more mature lady mentioned Herpes in her listed ailments.
It feels like an extension of ...
... floor covered in rubbish. Every manner of food wrapper or lottery ticket is
tossed on the floor. Only males seem to frequent these coffee shops so perhaps
it is a male only ritual!
We happened to pull up at a mirodor (lookout), where we had
a few words with Basil and Sybil, a couple of retired Brits. We happened upon
them further up the road and it became apparent that they had noticed my one
line message ...
... the whole hog and organised a social security number for me (I thought the NIE meant you could work in Spain but apparently not) and went and got me a bank account too.
Oh ho ho, but we weren't done then. In order to get this flat we'd seen I needed my work contract the signing of which my boss was an hour late for.... and, while waiting, her secretary asked me to sign all the 'teacher's rules' that I'd have to adhere to that I'd previously signed and sent 2 months ...