Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tim Horton's

It's embarrassing to admit because it is way to Canadiana but I have been visiting Tim Horton's a bit too much lately. There is one a block from my school and it's not for the cheap price of coffees or their selection of donuts and timbits that I visit. Sadly, I've become addicted to their new French Onion soup. (Their advertisement has clearly worked on me.) The soup lacks the perfect amount of cheese and bread to soup ratio you'd expect in a good French onion soup but it's amazing none the less and like everything else there, it's cheap.

As for work, I'm scheduled to teach the conversation classes now which is better than just doing one on one classes because there are more students who talk. The school seems quite good and the people running it are organized and super nice. The only bad part about it, is that I never know my daily schedule until the night before work and my hours (while increasing) are also just over part time for now. They have Friday night parties which I will probably check out this Friday so that the staff and students know I want to be part of the team but hearing the stories of last Friday's tomfoolery, I need to be careful. Turns out Koreans drink the same way as they do back home and that means a lot. To quote another teacher from the school, "there were tears,a fight and destruction of property" not sure if that means a good party or something I think I'm too old for.

4 comments:

Darth Gateau said...

Onion soup. Yummy. Send some over, or better still send a Tim Horton's franchise pack over here!

Smokingloon said...

Reading about all the food you've given up, who would eat all the donuts they make?

Anonymous said...

What I dont understand though is why they put the cheese and croutons on the bottom and pour the soup over it. I guess Im a bit picky.

Shells Bells said...

I miss Timmys and You and SJ xo