In my previous article on my personal PFAP, I told you a little bit about about what life is like for the interpreters during the European Parliament Plenary session in Strasbourg. Now, since the article was well received and I … Continue reading What do you do in there? How an EP committee meeting works
Chiara told you what a plenary week looks like from a logistical point of view. If you are interested in interpreting, you may also wonder what it looks like from inside the booth, or at least how it feels like … Continue reading My Personal PFAP: Plenary First Aid Pack
For all the languages we know, everybody has a different love language. And sometimes communication is not to take for granted. But there are little things that you can always, always do to make sure your significant other knows how … Continue reading Interpreting love
Our plenary week is over: now it’s time to catch the train to Basel and then head to Zurich (Chiara) and Milan (Francesco). An eventful weekend … Continue reading Time to leave Strasbourg…
So, we’ve travelled, we’ve run…time to get back to work now, at least for one of us! Today, we are in a scorching hot Tuscany (near Grosseto) to FestAmbiente, where Chiara is working as interpreter for Philip Lymbery, author of the book “Dead Zone”. Advertisements Continue reading Back to work…one of us at least!