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... to him, we’re to help him as much as possible and then stay in one place (it doesn’t do to have lost tourists wandering over 200 kilometers of limestone quarry nearly 100 feet – or 10 stories – underground). Tours are set to last about an hour, and if a group doesn’t return within a reasonable time, a search party will be dispatched post haste. This is cold comfort as we descend into the bowels of the earth with only ...
... I only have to worry about and prepare for the 2, which really doesn't have much more work than 2 classes would at the U.
They also do presentations much differently here. I had to give a presentation about arbitrage and parities in my International Financial Management class yesterday. The way that presentations work is that you essentially ask the class to tell you what you are supposed to be presenting. Example: "What is arbitrage?" This is crazy to ...
... Well we ran into a surprise parade (it was a surprise to us at least) where they had tons of marching bands and other floats and people all dressed in typically Carnaval costumes. Some of them were absolutely hilarious, others a little creepy, but it was great to see all of the people really enjoying themselves and getting into the spirit of Carnaval. The parade ended with a bunch of bakers and a man dressed in baker's clothes with a large head, ...
... can get your waffles with or without slagroom. The waitress didn't speak English hardly at all, but we finally figured out slagroom is whipped cream. The waffles were absolutely delicious, probably the best one I've ever had.
On the way back from the boat tour, we ran into a marching band in the Markt. It looked really important and official, so we stopped and watched it and waited for something to happen for quite a while. ...
... brand names, what the food actually is so you have no idea what you're really buying, etc. That makes it a little more difficult to get the kind of food that you want. Aldi didn't really have a huge selection of food, but it was really cheap. Turns out, also, most stores, including chains like Aldi, do not take Visa or any American cards for that matter. Which makes it somewhat more difficult to pay for things when you have to rely on cash everywhere you go (which is a ...
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