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... spotted Emilie's old university, we continued into town, and through the beautiful cobbled streets. Just out of the park we found some engineering students sporting bureaus and chanting. It seems, that just like the Ensoc of Canterbury, these engineers were full of drink and had an induction planned for their students. It was a big event by the looks and as they left for town the French national anthem rang out. We continued and found a square ...
... an older man approached us and demanded that we buy him a coffee. Lina and I sort of froze; he was speaking rapidly and pointing at Lina's wallet. I had put some coins into the machine, and although I could've gotten my coffee from that machine, as soon the man started getting aggressive, Lina and I managed to escape and walk hurriedly towards the tram.
We made it to the hospital in time, along with Joel, Alinnette and Leif. Again, we were called individually and as we sat ...
We decided that we are going to do something tonight. I hope that we have a good night. I did find the movie Frozen online for free. We are probably going to go to Steff's house to watch the movie. I already watched it, but I like it so much that I would watch it again. I plan to actually.
Othmane came over for a bit, just to say good bye. That was difficult. I just know that the night isn't going to get ...
... change weekly after this first week of classes. We won't see Winni and Finn until our exam in February and again in April if we don't pass the first exam). On Monday, when we were doing an analysis of external stakeholders of a specific firm, Finn instructed us to think about a stakeholder that wasn't listed on the board. He assigned it as homework and promised that for whomever got the correct answer, he would bring a six pack of beer to Wednesday's class. I just ...
... as a very independent woman, especially as an only child, but I didn't think culture shock would hit me. It's not too intense from my perspective, as I've lived alone for almost two years now, but moving to a different continent is much different than moving 45 minutes away from "home."
That night we all slept good though. I drank some cough medicine I brought and we all woke up around 1pm. The window in my room closes shut completely, to the point that ...