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Musee du Perigord

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Had a tough day of teaching on Monday; have really run out of tactics with the CE2s and yeah was just hardgoing. Yesterday was better, most notably, S wasn't in my CE1/CE2 class and you just would not believe the difference that made; it was a ccompletely different class...incroyable...n'impor-te-quoi! Sun has been shining though which is nice, hope it stays that way for Paris this weekend which I am superexcited about and Joe finishes his exams today...YAY! Am feeling a bit dodgy today though-really hope I'm not getting the "gastro" which is going around. Last night was great; went to Molly's with Lynn and Lou (love that group of us, works really well-laughed so much), and we had the most amazing soup EVER and bread and salad. Mmmm...

Today I went to the Musee du Perigord with Katie, Molly and Lynn. Was pretty good, especially as it is free between 12 and 14h...awesome. The lady at the "acceuil" was sat in a sort of bubble thing, very amusing, and then there was "museum-y" stuff on one side and arty stuff on the other. Pretty random collection; mostly things which Perigordians have collected from the area and around the world and given to the museum, including a rather large collection of stuffed animals and lots of prehistoric stuff (which this region is famous for). But yeah defo worth a couple of hours wandering.

Posted by LHsugarsugar 05:57 Archived in France

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