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... I have a second blanket.
Today Marketing was on the agenda. As I mentioned yesterday, I was a bit worried because we received an email at 8:00 from the prof.
Well it wasn't that bad, in fact time flew by so fast. Another good example how you can even capture students attention if you know what you're talking about.
Note to myself: More practical examples from everyday life.
We've been put into groups not by ...
... as well as all stores and shops in town have turned red and pink and sell the craziest fluffy animals, chocolate hearts and other lovely products. The girls and I decided to do a little Valentine’s surprise thing with the four of us. Each of us pulled a name out of a hat and was supposed to surprise her valentine on Valentine’s Day. My valentine was Claire and what are the odds, I was hers! As you can see you on the picture we treated each other well ...
... Tavern and the Munroe Tavern. All are important buildings in the development of the beginning of the American Revolution. We also saw the Minuteman Monument drove through parts of the Minuteman National Park. We were advised not to stop and hike around, as the rangers were kicking people out.
Tomorrow we head to Boston for a 7 night stay. ...
... Paul Revere was signalled using lanterns lit from the Old North Church. Over the bridge to USS Constitution in Charlestown Navy yard. A famous ship built 1797 won 42 battles lost none and never captured by the enemy.Closed and inaccessible due to Shutdown.Up to Bunker Hill memorial commemorating the1775 battle between the British and Colonial forces.Brits won this battle. 9 months later the British were forced out by George Washington and his ...
When you work on ships, for every goodbye there’s a hello. But doesn’t feel like that. It always feels like there are more goodbyes than hellos. It’s a ship thing and it’s never ending and sometimes it makes you cry. But thank you everyone for such a wonderful 7 months. It’s been a real experience and I will never forget the adventures.
I’m looking forward to some time off now – back to ...