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... my thick jumper and outside was crazy hot. We got through immigration just in time to run across the airport (getting lost a few times) to find our gate. It was already boarding. After having your tickets checked, you went down an escalator to a waiting bay where the bus would pick us up. People kept coming down and in the end so many people fell over because they didn't have room to fit anymore people in but the people were already on the escalator and of ...
... and the atmosphere was great too. Well done to the girls who surprised me with their times and efforts!
The team is doing ok so far with 2 wins out of 4, with our defeats coming as a result from not taking our chances and a lack of concentration at the back. I don't think the boys in the team who are in the late 30's/early 40's, will ever get used to a 20 year old from Glasgow telling them what to do and how to ...
... school campus, meet some current students and professors, and answer your questions, and overall give you a feel of the school. As some of you may know, I am very interested in going back to school to obtain my MBA, and ideally would love to attend a program abroad. Ever since I visited Spain a few years back I have loved the country and culture and love the idea of getting my MBA while getting to ...
... covered in large fields growing maize.
There was the very occasional village, with nothing but nothing there apart from a few houses and heaps of old farming equipment.
It fell to that wonderful old stand-by, 'spot the pig'.
But, yet once again, we have to report there were no winners in this contest today.
Cows 271, horses 34, pigs 0.
So the mystery is still unresolved.
A little deviation into ...
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There are many portraits of Emperors Charles V, Phillip II and Phillip IV, but then these are the guys who commissioned or collected or these masterpieces. Not one of these Emperors had the best of looks themselves (well, that is my opinion), but they ...