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... are called Cookie, Maggie and Bobbie, and they are what Ad would refer to as yappy dogs, but they were the sweetest things and genuinely lovely. But yes, quite yappy. We ate some quite interesting stuff - apricot/peach chicken (an Australian specialty); an all you can eat pizza restaurant (called a Pizza Rodizio) where the waiters bring various pizzas to your table and you choose what you want (including dessert pizzas, such as banana and cinnamon, white and dark chocolate, and ...
Our dinner this evening consisted of a chicken and rice dish, it was rather bland but was spiced up with a bit of pepper sauce, and there was plenty of it, this was followed by cake (VERY unusual)
After that is was wash up and clean up, most chipped in, some sat around, some tidied kit and bags, some sat on the truck, some went to their tents
As we had cooked on gas, there was no camp fire to sit around (would be rather silly sitting round a gas cooker) ...
... extremely run down and lots of things are in need of immediate repair. The complete variation in the quality of education is also a common topic. With about 12 different universities here in Joinville, the quality of the courses and subsequently the students often varies a lot.
Another interesting thing mentioned is the strict regulation on employment laws and business practices. From what I have ...
... my correspondences.
At night we went to the AIESEC office again and I was told that there is a new member event at 10pm and I should totally go. I thought that was nuts, how the hell do you get new members to do stuff at 10pm at night! They did and even though I don’t understand a word of what they are saying, I knew roughly what ...
... to stay till 8pm for LCM let alone
have meetings at 10pm at night. Maybe one day when our members are
willing to work a bit later, we will have even better results.
is interesting to note that AIESEC Joinville consist almost entirely of
engineers and IT students. As a result there are an unproportionately