Angelo’s Testimonial in France

By Angelo 

The family that you guys hooked me up with is absolutely amazing!! They’re all so very kind and hospitable and you couldn’t have given me a better living situation. Occasionally, it’s a bit difficult to express myself to them and vice-versa due to the language barrier, but that’s pretty much expected. Most of the time it can be resolved through a dictionary.

The town is very pretty too. At first I was a bit nervous because I thought that I’d be living in a small farm town in the middle of nowhere. But Limoges is actually a decent sized city with lots to do and plenty to see. It’s also very convenient that there is a bus really close by that I can take to go downtown, to sports rec. centers, etc. so I can keep myself busy while the kids are at school & the parents are working. Just fyi, yes I am keeping a journal and taking plenty of pictures, both of which I can shoot your way whenever you want.

Anyways, thank you so much for all of Cultural Embrace’s help these past few months and for setting me up with such a great family!! Thank you also for the teaching ideas. Everything that you guys have done for me is very greatly appreciated and I wouldn’t be in such a good position right now w/out you!

Hope all is well and stay in touch!!

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