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... is Meredith who lives with
a French family and she comes from the States.
So as you can see, we are quite a mixed
group of backgrounds here in the small town of Rochefort and I hope
we can all learn about each other’s cultures throughout our 7
months together. School has been pretty repetitive so far, I started Oct 1 and I showed the students a slide show about my ...
... queue. I was a bit stunned to see army with full blown guns walking around, and so many police on the streets, best keep my bag close if it's that bad, ha. Then we had a big walk around before hanging out at the laundromat on our street to do some much needed washing. Once the house keeping was finished we headed out again for yes more food! Early night both of us are ...
... for the following Friday, and it
was made sure I had everything I needed for the night. I even had the
lady (janitor) who lives below us in the appartmetn tell me if I had
any problem at all, I could knock on her door.
I have met another English colleague
in La Rochelle, whom I will be teaching with in Courcon, who gave me
train and bus schedules and figured everything out for me as I will
need to get myself to her ...
... breathtaking seeing all the lake and town activity below. We were up in the air for at least 40mins and I was even given the reins for a bit. I felt like I was on a simulator or in a computer game as I swooped over tree tops and sailed so close to the cliff edges. We could see far into the distance towards Mont Blanc and Geneva. There would possibly have been up to 50 paragliders in the air near me at one time-it is such a popular sport. ...
... while his sister Guiaumette and Mama speak enough english to communicate if they want, but vastly prefer French. With 5 teens at the table, Mama was flustered but so amused with the antics. She taught les garcons excellent table manners, and whenever Iza and I reached to pour water she would slap PAUL'S hand and demand he ask us if we would like more. The other Tufts student let out a curse once, and Mama's face was priceless. Though she and I spoke french for most ...