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... tour and learn something but...I didn't feel good about paying the amount. Haha.
I don't wish to talk about all these study tours now.
What happened after the study tour had an impact on me. Because Mau, an Italian intern is leaving tomorrow, all of us had a farewell dinner for him. It didn't really feel like a farewell, it didn't even ...
... 3- Honk, call out for tea and tea comes to you.
This is definitely a culture shock for me. Something new I must say. A person is driving in his car, stops near a cafe, calls out for Chai and a worker carrying the cups of Chai that you ordered, to your car. You drop the money on the tray and you just drive off. Easy as that! Wow. I've seen drive-thru(s) but Chai-thru(s) is something really unique! I wonder if the Singapore government approves of ...
... two hours. Oh by the way, the project I mentioned previously is called The Colours of Bahrain. Where was I...Ahh yes, the Arabic lesson. Honestly it was just a recap of what I've learnt two semesters ago. I am very familiar with the alphabets in Arabic language except the vocabulary section. I think everyone struggles with that aspect whenever you learn a new language.
Last night Omar, the team leader for the ...
Well I'm making my way back to old Blighty today via Gulf Air with a short stop over in Bahrain . I,ll post a few more photos of odds and ends now. perhaps i,ll do a last entry after a few days of reflection maybe? As I left , the situation in Bangkok appear on the surface fairly calm but the army have been raiding houses , predominately those of the "Red shirts" . It seems a lot of guns and explosives ...
... can be like to
travel with a blonde in this neck of the woods as there were the
usual lingering stares and a couple of children came over to greet
us. To be fair though, the gawping wasn't just one sided as we got a
snippet taster of the culture, and the array of people in traditional
dress of burkhas, checked head scarves and kaftans.
Desperate for a way of
passing the time I broke all my rules and we spent at least two ...