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On Sunday afternoon I had a great privilege. I was asked to give the public talk to the EWE congregation. What is EWE? you ask. The following is an extract from wickipedia " Ewe is a Gbe language, part of the Volta–***** branch of the *****–Congo family. The Ewe Language is spoken in Ghana, Togo and Benin with a trace of the language in West *****ia." and I will add in ...
We were awake before the alarm at 6.15 am and after fruit and a cup of tea we finished our packing and were ready to depart. Outside it had snowed again, heavier than the night before and was still falling as our taxi arrived and took us to the station for our 9.07 departure. An hour later we were off the train in Breclav with an hours wait for our 11.07 connection to Berlin via Prague. It was still snowing in Breclav as we left but had stopped by the time ...
We've arrived! We're staying in the former East Berlin, here: www.michelbergerhotel.com Any hotel that gives you coconut water upon arrival and plays 'The Big Lebowski' on TV screens in the hallways has got to be ok, right? When we walked out of Berlin Ostbahnhof Train Station, where we got off the train, we saw the old Berlin Wall, now known as the East Side Gallery. We're looking forward ...
... for a walk along the east side gallery which is part of the original Berlin Wall but some professional artists were appointed to cover the wall so it's covered in art. Our full free day in Berlin began with a third reich walking tour which took us to the parliament buildings, the Brandenburg gate, the Berlin Wall (unpainted one), the site of hitlers bunker, the holocaust memorial and checkpoint Charlie. Our tour guide really knew what he was talking about and ...
... many options. More niche course may have a harder time finding a program to for your needs, but is you have any questions, do not be afraid to ask the Study Abroad department at TRU. For me personally, the cost is about the same +/- about a $1000. That includes the exchange rate. Please keep in mind that the cost of SA is very circumstantial, and don’t rule anything out. Also, there may scholarships and bursaries ...