Purple Olive Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... day's mad task. One thing is for sure. Food and a shower is a sweet reward after a day's hard work. Then came day 4. Thursday. Which means it was sort of our day off. And we were once more offered by Kevin to come along on a test round with the researchers followed by a walk - this time with the renown siblings - Bobcat and Gaby. Now these two are famous for their slight temper. And right from the start you could tell that they had completely different personalities to Meg and ...
... Things I’m listening to are our daily reports about the facts of emerging markets, the news summary and the crucial question whether we need to dress up or not for the site visit in the afternoon.
The site visits are where I get my intellectual stimulus. We have been for example with the President of the National Union of Metal Works in South Africa (NUMSA), a mining corporation De Beers, the National Treasury and the Reserve ...
... while here! Sunday was my last day volunteering at the vervet monkey foundation and a half day. I spent a bit of extra time with my favorite monkeys Hector and Colin. For my afternoon half day off I went out with some of the other girls to a waterfall (which was too cold to swim in but we dabbled in the shallows) and on the way back we stopped at a tea garden. I couldn't eat anything as I didn't bring my epi-pen so me and another ...
... of the most gorgeous in all of Prague, and I am excited to be going back again. Also, I have never seen this opera performed live, only on the big screen.
... that I had spent in New York?
“What race are you?” She asked. “Are you white, are you black, are you mixed? What are you?”
Whoa. This threw me off a little bit and I paused for a moment contemplating my response.
“What do you think I am?” I asked.
“Uhh…black? I guess I think you’re black.” She said. The other students in the classroom were silent, awaiting my final answer ...