Travel Blogs from Civitanova Marche
... Not having to decide if someone is yelling at me or just talking to me.
11. Toilet seats.
12. Normal levels of sanitation.
13. The pedestrian right-of-way.
14. Being able to look at a clock and seeing 2:30 instead of 14:30 and having to do the math.
15. A calm, or not so calm, sense of urgency.
16. American business hours!
... I will be working in a middle school with 11 to 13 year old students. The teachers pretty much just throw you to the wolves. I was going into this expecting that an "American Tutor" meant I would aid the teachers in preplanned activities and maybe add a few of my own games. Negative. After my first day I realized that I would be making the lesson plans and teaching them, basically without any assistance from ...
... a series of containers that heat the olive mush. After being filtered and heated a bit more the oil is ready to be put into containers and to cool off. The left over olive mixture can be reheated and reprocessed to get virgin olive oil and olive oil. These two varieties are not as sought after because they lack some of the full flavors and properties of the extra virgin oil.
Fat, as an umbrella term, has gotten a bad reputation in the ...
... a candy bar with a handful of peanuts or almonds or when walking out to get your mail in the evening walk to the end of your block and back. Every little bit can only serve to affect you positively.
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... breakfast of porridge and fresh fruit with honey. At about 10:30 am each morning we break for a coffee or tea. Lunch at 1:30 p.m. is the main meal of the day. Often we eat a saffron infused recipe or a pair of volunteers will create a meal with whatever is on hand. It is always good food and very seldom are there leftovers. Everyone is always hungry. After lunch we break for an hour or more, then work for two more hours, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Like the first week ...