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... time. Eventually some of the other students were laughing along with us.
The topic of the day was PTS which is the Practical Training Semester that the students are required to take. It is basically an international internship and it was interesting to learn about the procedure and the scholarships they can get to help out. It was pretty useless information for us Canadians, but still kind of cool to learn about their education system and ...
... through the courses for each of the 40 countries involved. Yes, he showed us each and every course and how the altitude differs in each course. We were then also lucky enough for him to show us a lil video on Google Earth of the course in Austria. I joked and said that our final exam will have a map of Peru and we will have to draw the course as that was seriously all we did that class.
For the last hour of our class, our prof thought it would be a great idea to ...
... my 22nd birthday! I was a little nervous about celebrating my birthday overseas - I didn't think I would have made any friends by now and therefore had an early celebration in Canada. I was wrong though and was able to have one of the best nights of my life! Everyone was super excited to celebrate my birthday with me - the bartenders even made me a special drink with a candle in it! Definitely a birthday to remember (well parts of it..)
... the it. We stopped at Spitz and walked along the river. After that we had a walk around the town for a place to eat. The only place was an old smelly and smoky room – Yucky!
The next town we drove to was Durnstein. My tummy was bursting and unfortunately mum dragged us into a wine place and tasted them for half an hour – Boo! Then mum said if we were hungry we had to drive all the ...
... to say they could not be more different than ones at Laurier. Seeing as this is my last semester of my undergrad, I love the change, and the more spread out, laid back schedule. It is a nice break from the craziness I would be enduring if I were at home right now!
One last memorable experience that I absolutely need to share is something that the Austrians call "Karneval". After participating in this day I still cannot say that I ...
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