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Well, we have survived our first week of language school ! My brain thoroughly hurts and I feel that I have regressed in my Spanish speaking skills! Not quite the truth -I had no skills to begin with. What Donny and I are learning is the unlearning of poor Spanish is twice as hard as learning the language with a clean slate. For this reason, we are grateful that our children have brains like sponges and are absorbing ...
... as well. The room is very tiny. It is sufficient in size, but you wouldn't want to hang out there much. Which is just fine with us. Today we went out for a run which was more like a walk as Margaret wasn't feeling great and it was very warm this morning so that would not have helped her. We went to Chahue Bay and looked at the water for a bit. I will not be swimming (drowning) in ...
... for breakfast that offered endless refills of coffee! Later I
sat in the square soaking up the sunshine as I drank a couple of beers and
passed the time before heading off for the next 12 hour bus marathon. I also
found a place selling amazing pineapple ice-cream which was just so delicious.
But it was clear that we were over 2,000 metres up when the sun went in as it
soon got cold and I felt a little foolish in my short skirt and flip flops!! I
... quickly. They come home with new words every day. Zola was super excited to show me her corn seed growing in a small jar at school yesterday (see photo). Leah revels in life here daily. I have enjoyed getting to know the area on foot and just signed up for a 7K race to be held later this month.
One final note: Leah is out of the conceptualization and outlining stage and has begun writing her book! I read her first five pages yesterday. Full speed ...
... They had only started taking English classes this year, and they didn't feel ready to practice. The next day, however, we dove right into it. I was impressed with how much English they had acquired in such a short time, especially considering they did not receive English classes in middle school or high school.
So far, it has worked out really well. They have given me recommendations of different bars and restaurants to try, as well as unique ...