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It was study tour day again! This time round we went to the Bahrain International circuit. The guys raced at the Karting circuit well the girls just wanna relax at the registration tower. We didn't do much there. Although there was a tour, I didn't feel its worth the 6BD. I'd rather just wait for them to end the tour. I know, the point of a study tour is to go ...
... with farm terms plus not bothered to look it up. I've got tonnes to say and I don't wanna truncate my flow of thoughts.
I've learnt more things about Bahrain today.
#1- The lesser numbers on your car plates, the richer you are.
So apparently Bahrainis have this thing about car plates. The lesser the numbers, the nicer it looks to them. Plus car plates with fewer numbers are expensive that's why only the rich-ass dudes can ...
... two hours. Oh by the way, the project I mentioned previously is called The Colours of Bahrain. Where was I...Ahh yes, the Arabic lesson. Honestly it was just a recap of what I've learnt two semesters ago. I am very familiar with the alphabets in Arabic language except the vocabulary section. I think everyone struggles with that aspect whenever you learn a new language.
Last night Omar, the team leader for the ...
... on a private rooftop pool, bowling alley, pool and airhockey tables.... :( Hopefully she'll invite us over for another shindig soon!
As if my schedule hasn't been hectic enough, I have also added into the mix a personal trainer! The 7th grade science teacher, Leila (the one from MD) has a personal trainer that her and her mother have come to their house 2x a week, and they invited me to join the sessions! So, now Tuesdays ...
... I should do rather than what I would love to do. In theory, I have spent almost half of lifespan walking the path of my own life but only within the boundaries of what is defined to be acceptable by the others, and racing after what others would expect me to achieve or become, rather than to achieve my own goals, dreams and vision of who I am as a person.
10 years have passed by since I have started climbing that renowned career ladder as a full time employee, and I ...
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