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We had a leisurely start to the day with a 8 am wake up call. Being in France I had croissants and pastries for breakfast which were so nice, ohh la la!! On the bus at 9.30 we started our drive to Grenoble. We drove past Nice and Cannes and told Robin we will make a movie about a tour director and his driver so we can go to the Cannes film festival …
... is Meredith who lives with
a French family and she comes from the States.
So as you can see, we are quite a mixed
group of backgrounds here in the small town of Rochefort and I hope
we can all learn about each other’s cultures throughout our 7
months together. School has been pretty repetitive so far, I started Oct 1 and I showed the students a slide show about my ...
... for the following Friday, and it
was made sure I had everything I needed for the night. I even had the
lady (janitor) who lives below us in the appartmetn tell me if I had
any problem at all, I could knock on her door.
I have met another English colleague
in La Rochelle, whom I will be teaching with in Courcon, who gave me
train and bus schedules and figured everything out for me as I will
need to get myself to her ...
... own. I was kinda bored back at the apartment as I couldn't venture out as on a Sunday- everything is closed all day, even the restaurants! Can you believe it? I used the time to call home and talk to the people who mean the most to me. Skype is such as amazing thing- I don't know how people went without it. It's so fabulous being able to see each other even though we are on opposite sides of the world. It's so awesome that I will be able to see Amy ...
... We began walking down La Bastille but being unable to read the signs and directions we decided it would be safer (and so much quicker after our lost moment last time) to catch the cable cars down again. So we did. I think Amy enjoyed it a little more this time. The view was incredible, only a little foggy, as the weather was perfect! We could see the whole city filled with gorgeous old antique buildings with incredible steeples ...