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... was wonderful to see them react to the pictures of all of the snow. One youngster asked me if I can invite him over, he was pretty cute. Just to let you know, I work in 3 middle schools, where I teach kids in grades 5-9. The older students actually know english quite well and understand most of what I say, it's pretty great.
Back to why school has been repetitive, since I have now only taught ...
... Mondays, depending on the
week, so we can drive to Courcon together in the morning. I was then
invited to supper, given multiple choices for phone plans, driven
home by their friends who also had supper at their house, and again,
offered me help with anything I needed, all I had to do was call.
I am again, invited to stay the night
with the English Colleague from Surgeres, this Friday to meet her and
her family, I will ...
... as I need to when we have to part ways at the end of our trip. It kind of makes the separation a little more bearable. When Amy and Jono got home around 8pm, they brought with them the best Japanese takeout if ever tasted. So much sushi and sashimi, I almost feel sick from over eating! We spent the night watching their favourite TV series before getting an early night- ready for our road trip to start tomorrow. Our first stop is Saint Tropez! Bring it on! ...
... but mountains as the backdrop. I can only imagine how good they will look with snow caps on them. I really like it here. After we reached land, we wandered back through the city doing a spot of shopping and eating at the cutest French patisserie ever! I had a chocolate and hazelnut filled croissant whilst Amy had a shortbread cookie. I finally caved into the French cuisine and so glad that I did- it was delicious! Once our bellies ...
... slept last night, I went straight to bed! Being here makes me want to learn another language. It's so cool to be amongst all the culture and new ways of doing things here. The French are extremely laid back yet very helpful too. It was nice to meet some of the people that will be a part of Amy and Jono's lives over here, at least I'll be able to put a few faces to names when she talks about them and what they've been up ...