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... day, as I have to/get to only work 12 hours per week, spread
over 4 days.
Speaking of the others, perhaps I
should put names with nationalities right now, so I don’t have to
say the American one or the Spanish one. As some of you know, I live
with 2 others. Dana, 21, a lovely girl who comes from Germany and is
in her third year of her studies to be a teacher. ...
It was a very early morning start to catch the train to Paris, Barbara met us at the station to say goodbye. We had to change trains at Geneva but otherwise a lovely trip, definitely 1st class is the way to go. On arriving at our very chic, somewhat unusual hotel we dumped our luggage and headed for the Eiffel Tower but not before stopping for a fantastic meal at a ...
... are not to
project a stereotype on all people of one nationality from the way we
were treated by one person from that nationality, for 2 minutes of
one whole day. It’s possible that that one person was having a
rough day, I know I’ve had my fair share.
I cannot say it enough; I have truly
been blessed by God. I will in fact be working in 3 different towns
during my stay here in the Poitu-Charentes, Rochefort, ...
... worry about the kids when they're playing in the water. We spent the whole afternoon at the lake edge and the kids enjoyed playing with their Irish friends. They find each other's accents quite amusing and Ben now reckons he has the Irish accent pretty well down pat. Unfortunately Ben and Sam both got wasp stings on their feet, but luckily it didn't seem to slow them down for long. As for Annabel I think she spent more time in the water than on land for the day. By ...
... a sore, sore back later, I hopped on the bus to Annecy, the larger city of the cluster around Lac Annecy, a surprisingly bustling town and tourist destination. Not only was the ride through the Swiss/French countryside gorgeous, with rolling green hills and forests and rushing rivers, but the town itself just shines with French charm. My arrival beat both Paul and Iza, so I wandered a bit around Annecy, again, with the two heavy packs.
Upon a loving and ...