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Teaching some phrasal verbs in the present. Prefer drinking teas in places that look like the past.
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Thinking of all those who have been affected by the blast near the National Theatre in Prague today.
With egg white walls and balconies fit for crashing princess locks, Zamek Hluboka is a striking cardboard cut out of a castle. In fact, it came from the same cutter as a little English castle called Windsor. After holidaying in … Continue reading
Upon graduating Cardiff University in June 2012, I took off my mortarboard with a big sigh of “what the devil is next?” I sloped back over the border to the West Midlands, finished my CELTA in Birmingham and applied for … Continue reading
Before you climb the staircase to Dilettante’s Hangout, be sure to stock up on daily provisions, and a good few bottles of red. Now, Cesky Krumlov is a Czech jewel and it’s worth seeing again and again. But book into … Continue reading