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An adventure in The Philippines – Dumaguete & Borocay

The Philippines Part 3 Hey, this is my 3rd post (if you’re reading chronologically) about my month-long trip to The Philippines. Here I tell you about Bohol and Siquijor. For part 1 click here and part 2 click here. Dumaguete Dumaguete (pronounced Dooma-getty) was my favourite city in The Philippines. Bustling like other cities, with a […]

An adventure in The Philippines – Bohol & Siquijor

The Philippines Part 2 Hey, this is my 2nd post (if you’re reading chronologically) about my month-long trip to The Philippines. Here I tell you about Bohol and Siquijor. For part 1 click here. Back to Basics in Bohol Our 2 night stay in a homestay in Bohol was something special. The people that live […]

An adventure in The Philippines – Manila & Cebu

2016 has been a challenging but rewarding year until now. So it was fitting that I had a long break from everything. I took 4 weeks to explore the archipelago nation that is The Philippines. I covered 7 islands, stayed with locals, hit up beach bars, did a lot of diving, spent a lot of […]

How To Get to Montpellier’s Beaches By Public Transport

Now that it’s summer you’re going to want to get to Montpellier’s beaches, right? Here’s a little guide of ways to get to the various “plages”. Carnon Tram + Walk The closest of Montpellier’s beaches is Carnon but the journey does involve about 30 minutes of walking, however it’s pretty much in a straight line. You […]

3 Ways to Say “A lot of” in French – Quantity Phrases in French

Today I want tell you three ways of expressing that there are “a lot of…” something in French. To do this we use certain unknown quantity phrases in French because “a lot of” is an unspecified quantity. Note: The following 3 quantity phrases in French preposition “de”. This is never contracted with a definite article to form a […]

The DELF B2 – Reading Section

Welcome to the 3rd part of my series on How to Pass the DELF B2. I recently took and passed the tough French exam through self-study and 1-on-1 Skype lessons to practice the speaking part of the exam. These articles serve to help you prepare yourself based on my own experience. This article focuses on […]

The DELF B2 – Listening Section

Welcome to the 2nd part of my series on How to Pass the DELF B2. I recently took and passed the tough French exam through self-study and 1-on-1 Skype lessons to practice the speaking part of the exam. These articles serve to help you prepare yourself based on my own experience. This article focuses on […]

Color Me Rad or Color Me Bad?

Recently I, along with a group of new friends in Montpellier, took part in Color Me Rad. It’s a 5km run followed by a DJ set to keep the adrenaline pumping. The main draw of Color Me Rad is that you start off pristine and clean, and end up completely covered in powdered paint of […]

How To Pass The DELF B2

This is the second in my series of How to Pass the DELF B2 exam. As you may have read in my previous post DELF B2 – a personal triumph I recently took and passed the DELF B2 exam. Here I give you my tips for how to do the same. I found there is a severe lack […]

The DELF B2 – a personal triumph

TLDR; I passed the DELF B2 exam at the first time of asking following 2 months of intense self-study :D. My French-language journey The DELF B2 exam; a good way to challenge myself In late 2015 I decided that the best way to have a tangible goal in my French language journey was to study […]

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