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... good with no after effects, except maybe a tender posterior. We worked out that seeing we pay a total of 9euro for brekky and lunch we each get '5.5lt/100km'. This is worked out considering the price of fuel here; so it costs $11 per day to run our 'motors'. However if we had hired a car and filled it with juice, (hire + fuel costs) we'd still have to eat, sooooo.... we are spending very little on transportation cost. Maybe depreciation on ...
... women, only to be quickly evacuated so all the boys can pull out the weights and machines from the back storage area. Multipurpose at its finest! The girls also all crowd the locker room because they all change back into their street clothes and heels before heading out, only the American girls left their sneakers on to walk home. It was so funny!
January 31, 2014
Today I managed to step in Dog poop for the first time. Note to self, you have ...
... first as it was still pretty expensive from Europe to Asia, but I figured it was an opportunity I couldn't miss. Plus, I already went through the trouble of speaking with ICN administration about missing school. The conference takes place next week and that is why I am headed to Taiwan.
Now, for the good news I just received today-which may also be the reason why I am still up.
The Director of the Office ...
... to navigate my money! It’s a gloomy day and has been raining off and on so I decided to grab a croissant, only 1 euro and so tasty, on my way home and I am going to spend the afternoon getting fully unpacked, practicing the language, researching the town and probably going to sleep early… I think change has hit me like a ton of bricks and the weather makes me want to stay in bed. I ended up going out and around with Amy and Harlea. We went to the ...
... we thought it would be.
Jean served us coffee (I preferred hot chocolate) and we hurriedly walked from the 18th ward to the station. This time around, it wasn't too difficult to carry all our suitcases down the road, although at one point a giant truck full of beef and pork was being unloaded in front of a butcher shop and we couldn't get around it.
The first day we arrived, we looked for escalators since it was easy to take our bags on it. This ...