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... think this could work better as I will have much more time to actually do something with them. Teach them something and then do an activity. Or I can do anything else really, I have a feeling that the teachers will not be giving me much guidance, which is okay too, as I have some lessons/ideas I can re-use from other schools. I can also try some games with the kids that will get them talking. I think we can have a lot of fun, at least with a couple of ...
... skinny rope, they kept adding to it by using this specific “machine” that twisted the little ropes together, making a big rope. There were all sorts of different sizes of course, but like I said before, the ropes were super long and stretched out throughout the whole length of the building. As the rope is twisted, the length becomes quite a bit shorter. There were cute little models that went along with the explanation too that I took pictures ...
... it will be in August, then back to France.
The cool thing is, one of my wonderful colleagues’ (Lydia)
husband has been a carpenter rebuilding Hermione. How cool is that to be a part
of this history? Lydia, her husband Ambroise and their family will be flying to
Halifax where Ambroise will be part of the team sailing her back to France in
August….of course Lydia and their son will be flying back to France. How ...
... It was really funny to see their fluffy bodies and their little skinny legs running as fast as they could towards us.
For lunch we had the famous foie gras (goose, or duck liver). I say famous because the week before and after Christmas all I heard from the students was "What? You haven’t had foie gras?" or “You don’t eat foie gras for Christmas?” So now, I can proudly say that I have eaten it and I like it quite a bit actually. It comes in ...
... Nutella and smartie, 3 chocolate, Maple syrup, etc. I had the Nutella and smartie one, AND these crepes were probably the cheapest ones we’ve ever seen.
There was also a park along the river, the river splits into 2 in Saintes and one part turns into a little lake and the other part must keep going to Cognac…another city in this region that we would like to visit one day.
Hope you enjoy my ...