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... to finally meet my host family.
For now in this really short time, I have to do so many things like packing (again) my suitcase with a maximum weight of 23kg! (Don't know how I am going to do this, but I will make a plan for it) and again saying goodbye to all my love ones.
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... in to you. We just thought that was rude... We were very surprised when someone tried I help us, isn't that strange? In India everyone offered to help us! We had to get used to not being able to get onto our own websites, facebook/snapchat/Instagram, we couldn't talk to our family and friends the way we are used to, also couldn't use google which was a bit strange. But we did use Bing.com a lot and got to know ...
... go with the uni rep like designers etc and they do work with the students. Primary is slowly increasing with TE activity.
It is important to note at this point the key players in the university system in the Netherlands. Delft, Eindhoven and Trent universities all have strong programs supporting TE in schools and teachers. These 3 universities network frequently and also develop and implement programs in tandem. This is important when it comes to lobbying ...
Today we hopped on our bikes and took a 28km bike ride. What a day! Bikes rule in Holland, with their own lanes and traffic lights. Everyone of all ages ride their bikes, it's quite something to see. Pedestrians come after the Almighty Bike and then the lowly car.
We left Tante Magda's in the morning and rode along the bike paths through the forests and farmer fields to the town of Heeze. ...