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situation was no different. I wanted to show the instructors and the class that
I was good a teaching and could run a good game (There had been others in the
class who had not done so great) so I was really determined to pick a good
icebreaker. Johannes however seemed to want to do whatever was the easiest and
the quickest. So when I asked him what he wanted to do he flicked through the
booklet and stopped at “Party of all time” (Im nearly 85% ...
... spicy was great, but not in the quantity tom had as he smeared it all over his naan. Bad green spicy. Anyway, we went the Brauhaus again after that because Tom had read in his trans Siberian bible that they had a stock exchange thing going on in there on Wednesdays. If everyone buys one type of drink, it gets expensive, something less popular gets cheaper etc etc. Apparently the book is out of date. We had a couple there and said goodbye to Shona, who was flying back to the UK ...
... When I asked Lee what the matter was, his reply summarised it all to "No problem". After some more hasty calls and fast talk, they did find us 3 rooms. Two were a few doors apart and 1 on a different floor - we took it. YF was not at happy as we had specifically asked for three rooms together on the same floor, and we had booked months before! A polite email was sent to make sure this did not continue for the rest of our trip.
Dinner - After YF's ...
... AND reading, and Nov. 14 speaking. Needless to say, the class was annoyed. The instructor who broke the news to us (our listening/speaking instructor) was more or less annoyed that we were annoyed, but told us for our listening exam, instead of playing the recording 2 times as per the norm, she would play it an extra time to make up for the last minute switch.
So the night of the Nov. 11 I found myself "cramming" for the listening test ...
... beer and wet wipes at the supermarket) before walking to the train station. Got to the train station and it was very very cramped, 6 people per "room", three bunks either side and I was sharing with Andy and Rachel and three Chinese people that also had a little girl. Next door was the party room where we spent the night drinking and chartering and getting told off by the lady best door. Stayed up until the guards all teamed up and told us to go to ...