Hotel de l'Ange
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... like I even applied for... It can be a tad discouraging, but I am just applying for more and more, and I am hoping that out of my several plans, one will work out. Everything happens for a reason! Although, shameless plug right here, if anyone knows anyone or hears anything about an opportunity that you think I might find interesting, send it my way! I'm not trying to live at home forever...
In the words of Porky the Pig, th-th-that's all folks! ...
... a lot and eventually he smiled and I was free to stay on the train! So really, it was a good day. Then I got to Nyon, and it fast became a good night. After a quick dinner with the wonderful Sam and Monique Seale, who are my adopted Swiss parents and the parents of Sean 'marmy' Seale, who I met during his travels in Australia. Sean's brother Bryan came to get me... Within about 20 minutes of saying hello to Bryan and his friends, we were about 4 shots down and getting ...
... is best and then you can loosen up and NOT the other way around! Teaching in both special education and ordinary schools has shown me how the school system here works and gave me a great view of the two worlds.
Till the next blog entry (end of June or July),
I wish you all the best and thank you again for letting me share my nomadic wisdom with you :).
... Geneva and stopped at an outdoor Italian restaurant. The busiest restaurant we could have found. I spent most of the time getting sunburnt and watching the manager/owner run around trying to keep things running. I was very distracted by them, and not good company for Melissa. You should always sit me it's my back to the action or I am not suitable for social situations. I'll just stare, which is what I did. We had to go back to the hotel ...
... and about halfway to Clermont Ferrand, to the site we have reserved for the Feast of Tabernacles this year. Choices were limited for 2013 since the festival falls in September and there are many tourists still using such facilities at that time. Still, I wanted to see this one in person before signing the contract. It is in the village of Saint Jean-la-VÍtre; the setting is bucolic and beautiful. At an altitude of about 3000 ft (1000 m) there are ...