Hotel Campanile Eindhoven
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The last couple days have been quite nice. A few things to mention that have been especially enjoyable are: - Dinner with Maddie and a couple of her friends who were super nice. We got talking about so many things and it was just really enjoyable. - circus with Maddies friends (bec Maddie had actually gone to Italy by now...and I'm still here haha) and seeing some amazing poi artists. Mind you, I'm in a solid learning streak! I got two new poi tricks, grounded and ...
... grounding for their future in a real working environment.“The classes of the Design programme are run by humanities specialists, artists and designers. Every field of design has an area of the humanities allotted to it and this has allowed the teaching of practical skills to be expanded with knowledge in sociology, psychology and anthropology giving School of Form’s future designers the tools to satisfy the needs of modern man”.
... Here is an example for my teacher friends or for those of you who are feeling inspired by this blog to become a Technology Education advocate ;)
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Needless to say I had a lot to learn. I met Marc ...
... a river to cross first...let’s keep going until we cross it and then see if we recognise anything.”
Amanda is unconvinced...but it’s the only plan I'm offering up. We cross said river then come to a major intersection and Amanda turns right abruptly.
“Why have you done that?” I yell after her, once again struggling to keep up.
“I've just seen the IKEA sign we passed earlier in the day!” ...
Today we said goodbye to Brussels and headed off to Eindhoven - not without a 1.5 hour detour so that Hamish could have a 10 minute visit to Drie Landen Punt though. I tried to talk him out of it, but it was very high on his list of 'must do's'. Drie Landen Punt is the spot where Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands meet. Three countries in less than a minute - now that's a whistle stop tour. It also has the bonus of being ...