Travel Blogs from Svarchi di Numana
... Not having to decide if someone is yelling at me or just talking to me.
11. Toilet seats.
12. Normal levels of sanitation.
13. The pedestrian right-of-way.
14. Being able to look at a clock and seeing 2:30 instead of 14:30 and having to do the math.
15. A calm, or not so calm, sense of urgency.
16. American business hours!
... Did I mention I don't have a degree in teaching? Hope that one year working in a kindergarten class really pulls through at the middle school level.
In the first week I taught 15 different classes. An average of 22 kids per class (be jealous Moni, your 32 kids ain't got nothin' on mine), carry the 4, add 32... somewhere around 330 kids per week that I'm teaching. Although the kids are loud, the same size as ...
... There is a huge difference on the effects in your body depending on the use of good (Monounsaturated or Polyunsaturated) and bad (Saturated and Trans fat) fats. Olive oil has some seriously amazing benefits associated with it. Over all a great additive or replacement for animal fats in cooking; olive oil is a monounsaturated fat whereas animal fats like butter are saturated. When including monounsaturated fats in your diet you are cutting down ...
... a candy bar with a handful of peanuts or almonds or when walking out to get your mail in the evening walk to the end of your block and back. Every little bit can only serve to affect you positively.
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... reasons you may be implying. Here in Italy drinking wine is not a way to achieve a certain level of intoxication. Drinking wine is rather like drinking a glass of water is to citizens of the USA. The action of drinking wine is a part of life and of the meal here in Italy, just as having your fork, knife, and spoon set out at a meal is unquestioned in the United States. In essence wine is not thought of as a toxic additive to life; it ...