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... place could.
That's what I wrote as part of my application letter for exchange. Now it will just be 30 hours until I'll land in Hong Kong. Although I've known this moment will come for over 6 months now, it still seems surreal. I had always been set on going on exchange to some place far away from home. The simple question was: where do I want to go? Somewhere between last September and October, I decided I wanted to go somewhere completely different from what I was used ...
... it, and after she read the poem, she asked me to sing my song. I told her that I would try.
I almost broke once as I sang this song. I sang it from the heart! I looked around and there was not a dry eye in the house. It was a touching moment! I am so blessed for this experience!
I can't imagine the sorrow of losing a child, but to have one taken from you and murdered... there are no ...
... People were crammed into rooms like animals. Some were made to stay there for long periods of time.
There is a crematorium here on this transition site. People who died in the camp were cremated.
There were no names, rights, privacy, nothing; you were nobody, only a number.
The Jews received 1 jacket, 1 pair of pants and 1 pair of clogs. There were no socks or underwear, you may have a pair of shoes; you get two shoes (2 right, 2 left, large and small, etc.).
... to Miles Davis. Hopefully, we'll get a chance to go if our schedule works out!
When I got back to the apartment, I was all sorts of tuckered out. Evan got home from training around 7:00, so we decided to eat out again. This time we decided to try a tapas place. The food was pretty good - we ordered: shrimp, meatballs, and potatas bravas. Most of the dishes were of the Spanish influence, however, those potatas bravas were more like french fries served with a ...
... over three days. Basically the perfect weekend. The first night was fun - got introduced to a game called on the boat, which is similar to ride the bus. Needless to say, I never got off the boat... not once over the whole weekend. That was partially the reason why I had a difficult time finding my tent the first night. Good times. The volleyball had some pretty competitive levels, men's, women's ...