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My schedule is pretty good actually.
Before arriving in France I had asked if I could have either a Monday
or Friday off, this way I would be able to make some weekend trips if
I wanted to. I was lucky and now have Friday, Saturday, Sunday to
myself and to spend with the other assistants who are living in
Rochefort. And during my school days I only work an average of 3
New Country, New Town, New People =
Hospitality, Generosity, Sincerity
First things first, let us rid
ourselves of the unfortunate stereotype we tend to have towards the
French. Like all nationalities, they are old, young, rich, poor,
kind, gentle, curious human beings, created by God, loved by God, the
same as you and me, I know, hard to believe. But it’s true. They
may have the time today to talk, and they may not, ...
... a coffee and pan-o-chocolate. We have had buffet breakfasts for over three weeks now and I'm not going to miss having this one.
We walked a short distance to a French restaurant (L’ecuelle) that was recommended to us by the front desk of our hotel. I ordered the chicken breast, and Eldon ordered the fried perch. The food was AMAZING. One of the best meals we have had since we left home. My breast was cooked to perfection on a bed of ...
This morning was relatively quiet as Amy and Jono had a sleep in. Although we had plans to check out the local markets early, we didn't leave the house until 10.30am. I guess I had to let them off though considering it was Sunday and day after the game! Amy and I headed down to the markets while Jono enjoyed some more R&R. After just a short ten minute walk and we were there. There was fresh flowers and fruit and meats and seafood and tapanades and ...
Well last night I slept way better than I did the night before! Thanks god! I'm still getting up relatively early but I guess anything is compared to the French way of life. Nothing opens until 10am here, not even the cafés or gym even-it's crazy! It's easy to say that Amy and Jono will fit right in here Once they woke, Amy and I got ready for a walk from their apartment through the city, past the lake and over ...