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... are very popular for nautical sports. We passed sail boats and people water skiing and wind surfing. It seemed to be a very popular weekend destination for locals, and as we approached the beaches we saw a number of camping cars. We passed through a small town of vacation homes where we saw an absolutely beautiful little chateau, Chateau de Bonnu. It was first built in the 14th c. and remolded numerous times over the years. At first, it ...
... t even sound like me talking. Yay! I can say one sentence without an accent! In about eight more years, I should be able to have a full conversation.
Our magnificent walk from Gargilesse lead u to the small town of Eguzon where we had reserved our lodgings for the evening. In absolute contrast to the night before, these lodgings were perfectly maintained and super clean. What a relief! We were shown to what was a small furnished apartment with ...
... for an hour discussing the contents of his gallery before escorting us back to his home. Once inside, he kept us talking while standing at the door for another half an hour. At this point, we hadn’t sat down since our walk nor taken off our shoes, and all I could think about it how much I wanted to be offered some cold water and a chair. As soon as I could do so politely, I excused myself to my room, where I took a long nap before dinner.
... This added 3km onto our walk. The second time, we literally came to a crossroads. There were four trails to take in the middle of a national forest, and not a marker to be seen. We discussed which route to take for 15 minutes before finally choosing the one we all agreed seemed the most correct. We walked for 2km before we saw a trail marker. We chose the right way, but it took us a while to figure it out. The third time, we approached the road, and a ...
... Yet this is what my students face every day. At least I
have the benefit of an adult’s patience and endurance. They don’t. I knew,
intellectually, that this was their experience, yet I had not experienced it
first-hand. And here’s the thing, I know that I will be able to go home to
where the things, people, and language are familiar. Many of my students will
never have that opportunity. Of course, they are young, and many of them ...