Sometimes it’s tough to remember whether the “T” in “TAPIF” stands for “teaching” or “travel.”
Pacific Northwest-based twenty-something acquires most predictable vehicle in existence.
How to survive the deafening quietness of a life without constant visual and aural stimulation.
Giving it all up for a teaching gig in rural France? Here are some tips on how to make friends and enjoy life en pleine campagne.
Adeptes de la bronzette? Non, non. Some silly Périgordin language assistants hit the beach in the deep of winter.
Still elbow-deep in clay with still a lot to learn about how to throw pottery. This week’s lesson: trimming.
The first in a series of posts on the life and times of an English language assistant in Nontron, France.
My friend Jin visits the Dordogne and we teach her a thing or two about the particularities of franco-française culture.
What should one expect to find at the market in Périgueux in February? Dinner!
Don’t you fret, we watched that scene from “Ghost” immediately following our first class.