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We woke up in our cave. The cave was cool compared to outside. We had pancakes made by Aunty Bel for breakfast and some apple. Then it was time to go to the pool. The water in the pool was cold but the air was very hot so the pool was very refreshing. After sandwiches for lunch, we went to visit Baza. In Baza, the boys went to the park which was shaped like a maze and played in a playground. Then it was time for ice cream! Ben had ...
... go? If you want to know, you can read my next blog! I will share with you my experiences during the journey in the next days. ^. ^
I'm aware that this story is circulating a bit among my family, or as I like to call them, "the Moneybanks Clan". But it'll be a blog entry nonetheless. The whole situation was rather eye opening.
As anyone who has been reading this blog semi-frequently knows, I've been struggling immensely to get paychecks on time. By the end of December, I had received one paycheck for October, November and December (they are supposed to come ...
The traditional Spanish greeting is to give someone a kiss on each cheek. This takes a considerable amount of getting used to for a lot of Americans who are used to a handshake. There was no time for that today though. It was the first day of school and I had to meet 20 new people.
So kissing it was.
My day started at 7am. I woke up nice and early to get everything ready to go and have plenty of time. It was nice waking up ...
... it doesn't seem to be a problem. The kids liked asking me questions, after the teacher helped them work out the sentences in English. They asked me my name, my age, and other really important things like my favourite food and my favourite colour...oh, and whether I had any pets. I had two classes of first-year students, who are about 12 years old more or less, and then one class of fourth-year students who are about 16 years old. I have ...