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... contract, but we'll make sure anything that needs doing, is done, if need to be we'd work from home, just give us the flexibility that we can do the work in the residence and not need to be at the school. Initially this was agreed, then at the end of day the director came back and said no, as we'd be getting the benefit of receiving Spanish lessons but not doing any work in the afternoon. We saw it differently, Spanish lessons is part of our payment of our job, over the next few ...
... I taught from 9 to 12 each Saturday, until the final one where there was a bank holiday. I know a bank holiday on a Saturday? What a waste of a bank holiday, you've got it off anyway! So this meant I needed to do a make up class, and as not all my students could make one class time I repeated it twice. But the good news is all the students passed, (with a bit of generous marking).
The usual days is as follows, Spanish classes in the morning as I've ...
freezing cold and barely a trickle! Not what you dream of after a bush camp!
Add loads of dogs and their inevitable poop all over the place and it was
absolutely disgusting. The hosts were lovely and brought us round welcome sushi
on platters, but I assumed that they had used the same toilets we had and fed
it to the dogs! Not a day to remember! An early night to make the morning come sooner so we could move on.
this month. Although, if I was judging by
first impressions, I could easily see why not many people would want to stay
-sinces it’s incredibly expensive by local standards
-there’s no Internet or wifi
-you can hear the howling and fierce wind 24/7
-its in the middle of nowhere and the nearest town is 20mins
walk away, not that far, however its incredibly sandy and dusty here, making