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... salsa? My reply was yes. My lunch arrived. It was a small packet of corn chips that had been transferred into a cane basket. A tablespoon of salsa was in an accompanying bowl. We both raised our eyebrows!
The waitress checked with Annette about her sandwich. Yes, I would like the sandwich. There was still no sign of Annette's sandwich when I had finished my iced coffee and finished dunking my corn chips into the salsa. We waited and ...
... lunch . Shortly before Tihany we stopped for petrol and parked in the garage forecourt was a small car manufactured during the communist period. It was a very block like car with a fibreglass body, nothing flash. However, they were loved by the people.
Tihany is a small village northern shore of Lake Balaton, the largest inland lake in Europe.
... we were hot, the kids were looking worn out and thirsty. Must be time for the closing ceremony, but no the kids were all served lunch under the trees. While Laura, Blake and I looked at the remnants of our snacks. Nothing in the letter had mentioned bringing lunch, and we were not the only parents caught without supplies.
Finally, they gathered the kids back into their twelve teams and conducted the closing ceremony. Each kid got a medal, ...
... I enjoy it to the fullest!
One thing is clear! AIESEC has made my world much smaller. Back then Edit was an AIESEC intern in my local committee, who has participated in an AIESEC internship at Volkswagen. Now I see her again. She is living in Veszprém and ...
... have a chance to introduce myself.
A three-hour journey without knowing how to get there, where I'm going to sleep or even to know a person... Sounds like a plan! I love the spirit!
After all I meet Zora halfway to the Székesfehérvár railway station. Her smile is contagious!
The first thing she says to me is that she has actually ...