Ta Gianni Farmhouse
Travel Blogs from Gharb
FAVORITE PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
1. Writing "Modern Oddyseus' Travel Annals"
2. Hanging out with my Three Russian Girlfriends Simultaneously
3. Playing in the Rymarov Basketball League
4. Being Adopted by a Tunisian Family
5. Traveling across Canada with Three Friends
HM: Entering Russia Illegally; Volunteering with the Crocodile Hunter
Whew! It was good to get all of that out of me.
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... though they have no criteria to mark their progress (or to know if they are progressing at all). I think the benefit of traveling through the wilderness is that the Lord can use that time to refine who you are. He can purge you, strengthen you, and sharpen you. He can take the undesirable experiences and make you see what you could never see otherwise. A tree does not blossom all year but bides its time in the winter waiting for the coming spring to bear its fruit. Like ...
... Age temples and charming small museums to its beaches and unspoiled countryside. I keep saying what unbelievable views, but they are. Stuart can not get over the skill of the bus drivers, streets are narrower than First Avenue. Something we have learnt that on any hop on hop off tour there is always an un scheduled stop. Today was no different. The driver came up and told us that there would be a 12 minute stop at the tomatoe farm and factory. Which I ended ...
... the rules are a free for all. This was even worse than Paris. Joe joked that if you can drive in Gozo and survive, that you can drive anywhere in the world. At least I was back to driving on from the right hand side of the car on the correct side of the road. Amen. When in Gozo do what the Gozitans do, so we enjoyed an afternoon siesta. The temperature was a hot 32 degrees, but the sea breeze gave some relief in our apartment. In ...
Found out that I'm working for the next two weeks. Of course things are never that simple…it’s a four year old. 3 hours a day! I’ve never taught a child that young. In the world of ELT that age group is classed as 'very young learner’ as opposed to ‘young learner’ (8-12).
Of course, the methodology is ...
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