L'Hotel de l'Europe
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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 ...
... off the mountain. It's going to take a lot of convincing to try and make Amy do it. She was even nervous riding the train up! Haha The drive home was so tranquil and picturesque a we drove through corn fields and tree lined tracks. The French countryside is certainly very beautiful. Jono and Amy headed out again to a team dinner but I decided that I would stay back at the apartment to give them some time together and a chance to meet the team properly ...
... of the girls houses (which was conveniently in the same building as Amz) we were introduced to all the girls who were all so lovely and made us feel very comfortable. A few had been here for years, others new like Amy. I am so glad I got to meet them and I feel very glad that they are all nice girls and will help make Amy's transition here so much easier! At 6pm we began walking to Stade Les Alpes, the home stadium for Jono's team. I ...
This morning, after a quick cappuccino at another gorgeous local cafe called Instant, Amy and I embarked on our first adventure for the day. Today we would tackle the roads of Grenoble. And when I say we, I mean Amy- I was simply there for support in the passenger seat. Amy was a natural, took the roads like she knew them like the back of her hand. I must admit, although I felt completely safe, it is strange being ...