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There's a cow over there.

Oh man. So it’s been awhile… my apologies! I’ve been busy as school is in full swing now. I’m going to make a post about the school system, but first I want to talk about my trip to Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge last Sunday!   753 more words

Students on tour!

This past week, my flat mates and I have had a little tour to each others houses to visit and have a night out somewhere other than normal. 666 more words

Teachers and Tour Escorts - A Working Relationship Can Produce Fun and Educational Student Trips

destinations one of the primary components for a smooth and fun trip is good communication between a tour escort (also known as a tour director) and the teacher who is sponsoring the class trip. 526 more words

The New Orleans, Louisiana French Immersion Tour

New Orleans is one of the most iconic cities in the world, and its French Cajun history has culminated in one of the most famous and vibrant fusions of multiculturalism in the US. 582 more words

Europe 1952 - Cover

I hope that you have enjoyed this journey through Europe. I think I will miss these daily posts about my mother travels 60 years ago. For the next few weeks I’ll post on Tuesdays some of the “how to” of putting this book together. 886 more words

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60 Years Ago Today (and more)

4 to 12 September 1952:

And so to America. One day, in a boat, kind of ran into another. We couldn’t seem to find too much in common with the characters on the boat. 1,306 more words

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60 Years Ago Today

Wednesday, 3 September 1952;

Our last day on this continent! It was a delicious, typically Dutch breakfast. We met up with Pat, Betty and Dot again for the rest of the journey. 512 more words

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