Thursday, January 21, 2021
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Most Hungarians are playing it safe and staying close to home. It probably is the reason why Hungary is doing so well handling the COVID-19 in European scopes, with low numbers and limited fatalities. Families have decided...
What is a quest? 'A long or arduous search for something.' It happens to be the most prominent theme of the book The Hobbit written by J.R.R. Tolkien; the transformation of...
Finally after COVID-19 quarantine and distance teaching and learning, then going back for the final three week to teach my grade seven classes at the French private school and juggling the back and forth between actual classes...
Not last summer but the summer before, during our holidays in Igal at their wellness centre, I was devoured by a local spider. It managed to bite me on my stomach six times as I slept. It...
It was the strangest feeling. Heading to downtown Budapest after months of blissful isolation in our town of Solymar, Alfonz and I were dressed and ready to hit a few different places on this beautiful Sunday morning...
It is the strangest thing. During quarainte I wake up each morning whenever the sun shines through the curtains, the rain hits the windows, I hear the birds chirping outside, or one of the children forgets that...
We are all officially online, and it has come with many challenges; mostly for parents who are now not only the providers, caregivers, cooks, and maids to their families but also their teachers!
So here we are. Stuck at home for who knows how long, but maybe it is a blessing in disguise ? We learned about this type of thing in history class when we...
Daniel is searching for a university and I love that Europe has so many options for young adults. Last week his Grade 11 class went to Paris to visit a university fair. He said he felt sad...
What a year this has been! Not too many complaints really. I think the biggest thing we did this year was take three weeks off to travel around Europe in the van. I loved every second of...