Live Your Best Life
Monday, November 19, 2018
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We decided to go to the Bakats feszt  with our neighbour and her family. Like every weekend in Budapest, there is a festival going on somewhere. Our neighbor happens to be the manager of the MÁV in charge of booking events. BUDAPEST...
Dear Viktor ORBÁN, please pass a law to put an end to the billboards that tastelessly obstruct the views of our beautiful city of Budapest. Today I showed my French students around the capital of Hungary, Budapest. I was so proud...
Saturday morning our students left. During the week I worked very hard to vaccum the house, clean the bathrooms, get the bedding changed, and clean the laundry so that the moment they left we could have a traditional HAMORI...
It is always times like these that I remember my own mother back home in Canada and think of her life to come on the new frontier of retirement. What will she do with her years of freedom from...
Twenty minutes from Solymar and it feels like we are on a beach holiday. Along the Danube River in Budapest there are little beaches and restaurants from Spring - Autumn for tourists and locals alike. You can find families eating ice...
Working in the private school, I realize just how much of my TESOL course I actually use each day. At the time I just wanted  to get my certificate and to get on with it as I was already...
Some teachers taught the curriculum today. Other teachers taught students today. And there's a big difference. I didn't go to school to become a teacher. Nope! I was scouted out in high school for a business management training program to...
We walked down our street, Rue Gambetta, 5 min to the school through the winding alleys, to drop the kids off at their new school. The children of France just finished their fall break, and are fresh and bright...
The most memorable part of the Canal du Midi is enormous grey/green barked trees, reaching high above head. They guard the canal while offering shade to cyclists, fishermen, rowers, pedestrians and boaters alike. The roots of these giant trees...
I was invited by Productions Assistant Ira to join Kirk Lapointe on Roundhouse Radio in Vancouver who does a segment on his show called "Expat Call Out" where Canadians living throughout the world check in and talk about their lives...