Travel Blogs from San Remo
... his palate. But who takes any notice of that jumped-up ************* Veg Talk.
Yesterday Paul was challenged to "get out and mingle".
He managed to meet a Danish couple called Otto and Lena in O'Neill's. He was drinking Blackbush whiskey and they were retired language teachers who had "done Italy". Otto was self-medicating his toothache with alcohol.
Paul retired to his room to commence an ill-advised late-night debate on "should I, shouldn't I, get ...
... far along we turned off to the right and went down some streets. We went into a few shops. We managed to find an adapter!! YAY!! The french plugs are weird, not what we had. Simon also bought an apple - he was craving fruit!
It started to sprinkle so we headed back to shower and get ready for dinner. By the time we did
that it wasn't raining anymore. We headed into our street and found a place just near the hotel for dinner. We split a bolognaise.
After dinner ...
... class dialogue, a very important aspect of learning another language, they are often lost because they weren't paying attention. Tomorrow I just may have to use my Ms. Van Horn voice and put these kids in their place!
Well, I think I will reviser les lessons (study) and just browse the dictionary thinking of French sentences to say in preparation for my classes tomorrow. I must not be deterred and must gain confidence! I think I can, I think I ...
... a truck pull out in front
of you travelling at about 140 and you have no where to go as you have another
right up your …….bum,there was a little time for concern,it is a wonder you
didn’t here me in Australia.
Wanda learnt a few new adjectives!! Which I don’t think
she will be teaching at Saint Monicas.
Our time in Dusseldorf (3 days) was very good with Wanda
learning more and more about her family ...
... The town was so cute and looked like it was straight out of a movie. Finally we got to the gardens and it was all filled with cacti which was kind of strange..but it had an amazing view! We could see the cathedral, all of Nice, and The Bridge of the Devil. The story of the bridge is that the devil granted it to an old farmer who agreed to sacrifice the soul of the first person who crossed it. The farmer tricked the ...