Le sablier du temps
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... promise to do some more this weekend (pending weather and pending twins being allowed).
The thing I find the hardest (apart from the girls crying about missing their friends and wanting to go home), is the language, but I am definitely improving. I managed to have a full conversation with a insurance broker yesterday and (fingers crossed) we may have actually sorted out our girls school insurance (only took 2 weeks of going back and forth to every establishment in ...
... and I almost lost the will to live. After school we had a joyous time. Lily had some trouble with her grammaire lesson today so she needed to bring her work home to complete so we spent the best part of 3 hours doing homework that would take the average French 9 year old about 10 minutes to do. We are trying so hard to help Lily and Ruby with their work that the poor twinnies get a bit neglected and left to their ...
... think) and when we were in there they said this was dealt with by another department so they called them on the phone and Jess was having a bit of a threeway discussion about the whole thing. Our situation is not a regular one as well so she was trying to explain all of this and I think her head was hurting by the end of it. Its not sorted out yet but hopefully it will be. So this type of thing plus the struggle that ...
... to be solved pronto. Four o'clock soon came around and we went back to the school again, we will certainly get used to that drive down the hill. We were a bit apprehensive and hoped that everything had been alright in the afternoon but it did seem like there had been an improvement. Lily and Ruby both seemed quite happy, maybe just relieved they had got through their first day. The twins biggest problem seemed to be that they didn't get a chance to ride some ...
... give a bad first impression. She could barely remove her ipod from her ears and didn't seem to want to spare any of her time to say hello. The impression was that it was going to be a big pain for her to have to teach a student who didn't speak the language. I guess I expected that although we are in France without speaking much French that that the teachers would be able to muster at least a 'hello' in English but they just rattled along in ...