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... you can drive, vote & drink and go to University
To become a school teacher you go to university to get a degree, then you sit an exam, then you go on a list to become a teacher, some people are still waiting, (Ciro has been waiting 15 years, that is why he is working as a tour guide in the meantime) then you get paid €400/month for the first 10 years & €1200/month after that !
Most people are ...
... ready to continue. He showed me to my room and after taking only taking a moment to connect to wifi and let my mom know I made it safely, I collapsed for a much needed power nap.
I awoke at 8:30pm, ready to tackle the city. I had brought a small target purse I could wear across my body. It was perfect because it had lots of zippered pockets and it was small so I could keep it close to my body. It broke at the Naples metro. It's a good thing I ...
... the next hour than we had in the previous two days, thanks to our interpreters.Daniella told Clint, that her father had told her, that Clint looked too young to have such a big family. Clint loves Emilio!!!
She also told us that they had been encouraging him to take English lessons. The family were saying 'yes yes do your English lessons'But the teacher at the English class said 'no no, no more English lessons', apparently he failed.He was asking Meg the words for ...
... as it slipped into the trees. Our driver honked his horn at every corner even if he could see round it. He didn't bother with a seat belt and the journey felt quite hairy. Andy wondered who would find it easier to adapt an Italian driver in Britain or vice versa. Occasionally we'd pass an odd statue, some were modern mimics of the Roman classics, they all seemed to be made out of the local pumice stone. We were amazed how high up the slope the buildings went considering ...
In the 16-17th century the 'newer - old town' was built on the flat grounds above the sassi with a large cistern below to store the towns water - from both natural springs and rain water.
Right up until the mid 1900's people lived in these cave houses, with a bed shared by the family, stables for the horses, a makeshift kitchen etc.. At this time they were the longest continually habituated places in the world!
It was then that the town was moved to ...