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... the hoops teachers have to jump through to
actually become a teacher in Spain, Germany, England and of course, Canada.
I had a good time in Toulouse, I really liked the feel of
the city. It was nice, clean, young and had a cute little downtown area. In fact,
the reason why it is nicknamed la ville rose is because of the pinkish terracotta
bricks that the buildings there are made out of.
The next morning we woke up and caught our next train to
... who runs the auberge in the village. I decided to fully participate in the course which did include preparing foie gras, but I doubt I will do it again. David and Bernard tried to convince us that it is now a very humane process to collect the foie gras but I still have my doubts. As well as savoury dishes such as how to prepare duck, cassoulet and others that I can't remember at the moment(!) I can now fillet a fish correctly, and bone out ...
I have finally arrived in France, and am completely overwhelmed! I think because I have been looking forward to this for so long and now it is finally here, it is like it really isn't happening. Hard to believe I only have three weeks to go. Anyway, the weather is exactly how I thought it would be - sunny and warm it was actually a bit of a shock yesterday getting off the plane into the warm weather. I got to my hotel and it's clean and comfortable, with a lovely firm bed, but I still ...
... lived a few kilometres from Pau. They are very dear friends of a family we know. After asking a couple of people we found the house and once we explained who we were the elderly couple welcomed us like long lost friends! Only the gentleman spoke English, but the lovely woman kept telling us things, which her husband then interpreted. They then fussed over us, bringing out the dishes for our lunch, which included fois gras, then a lentil casserole, then cheeses, followed by ...
... at Toulouse Station. Pauls refuses, showing his E-ticket again.
I enter the conversation. English lady asks if I'm australian. Yes.
The english lady has a detailed conversation with the conductor.
Are we on vacance.....Yes.
Further detailed discussion with the conductor.
He subsequently shrugs his shoulders and both depart.
We continue onto Toulouse!
Once at Toulouse Station, it was easy to find a terminal and print our ...