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  • OppdateringHei igjen! på lørdag skulle vi jo egentlig til den kinesiske mur, og alle gledet seg kjempemasse, men siden Beijings himmel hadde bestemt seg for å virkelig åpne seg denne dagen dro vi heller til til den Olympiske gården og nasjonalteatret. Posted by heleneruud in My year in China | Aug 23, 2010
  • Katherine Mansfield + Some Random ObservationsIt’s more fun to start with the random thoughts. Now that we have been here for a few months we are seeing how much we don’t know. Elections are coming up and we are clueless for the first time ever! Posted by Hilary G in Adventures in NZ! | Aug 21, 2010
  • House of MusicFresh updates from summer 2012: Classical Sundays - there are free concerts of classical music each Sunday at 15:30. Playing violin and piano. Very nice indeed! - - - - - - - Posted by vanessa in Wien aka Vienna | Aug 5, 2012
  • OntdekkingsHierdie is offisieel my heel eerste blog... Ja dit is dalk al bietjie laat om nou te begin , aangesien ek al sowat 19 maande op die toergogga se rug ry. En aangesien ek nou eers Internet geletterdheid begin ontdek. Om Posted by Umelda in Thailand | Aug 21, 2010
  • Beijing, ChinaJa, da er jeg altså booket inn på et hotell med høy standard, ikke langt unna Beijing airport. Flyturen var lang, men det som var kjedeligst var all ventingen på Gardemoen og i Wien.Når jeg skulle til å gå ombord Posted by heleneruud in My year in China | Aug 20, 2010
  • A day at the Guggenheim[img= Posted by Lars1984 in Holliday in Spain | Aug 16, 2010
  • BERLIN, Ich bin ein Berliner. Hallo! That's german for hello. Easy language, nein?! No. My sum total of the German language revolves around Bar und Ruh. Misspelled, probably. There should be some use of omelettes on some of the vowels, I am sure. Posted by PennyJelly in The Jelly Journey | Aug 16, 2010
  • Hawaii, dag 5Etter en frokost bestående av armeriddere og bananpannekaker samt et glass på størrelse med et shotteglass med juice var det på tide å utførske Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Etter en videointrodukjon var første stopp ”the steam vents”. Steam vents Posted by kmull in Bryllupsreise Silje og Kristian | Aug 13, 2010
  • Volunteering at a Local Primary SchoolHere is a description of one morning: A class of Year 5/4th graders is working in visual literacy so are going to make origami box and top to hold the biscuits (cookies) they baked yesterday. Yummy! Following directions, sequencing, fractions, reading Posted by Hilary G in Adventures in NZ! | Aug 11, 2010
  • A strange man and boris comes in!After blogging last night i retired the the coffee shop and ordered a hot chocolate. As i sat reading my book people came and went. not unusual however my mind was drawn to a situation occuring on the next table. Posted by Dizzey1 in India | Aug 10, 2010
  • Jambo Wanafunzi! This was probably one of the greatest days of my trip so far. Despite the great meetings with the Ministry of Education, the Assisant chief of Kesses and the DAAD conference (details in the next post), I was really wanting Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Aug 3, 2010
  • The Mezzo level – where everything comes togetherMy meeting with the Ministry of Education was absolutely inspiring, to see women and men working to really help the students and have them appreciate the education opportunities they are given. As I mentioned in the earlier post, most of Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Aug 3, 2010
  • See if you can spot this one.Every time a Turkish person hears my name they ask the same question: Oh, Leilla? Where are you from? They seem disappointed, almost offended, when they hear my name's inspiration: Eric Clapton. But why? Surely they cannot dislike one Posted by LeiCran in turkey with a splash of cran | Aug 2, 2010
  • The first time i went overseas!I've wanted to go overseas for a very long time. As the youngest member of my family, I have watched everybody except for me go overseas to Europe. My sister and her then boyfriend Gary went in 2002, Joseph (my Posted by cinia in Europe 2010 | Aug 2, 2010
  • Nantucket“And those working birds…” Ted yelled over the breaking of the waves, “mean we are in business, my friend!” He pointed out at the seagulls circling and diving into the water where we were about to cast. Armed with long Posted by kchapman88 in Leaving Tennessee | Aug 1, 2010
  • It's Great to be back in Germany!!! Burg Rabenstien I have been back in Germany for a couple of days now and I can't explain how great it feels! We are still doing 1/2 days of reintegration even though it is the we Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Jul 31, 2010
  • American CultureWe had another cultural presentation yesterday. We had to change it because of how little space there was. The room was tiny! And they tried to cram about fifty people in. We did the Pledge of Allegiance, but Paul had Posted by MAx1992 in China 中国 2010 | Jul 29, 2010
  • Ten useful tips for Eastern IslandThis week we went with Valentino to Eastern Island , It was a great experience, we learnt a lot, and we want to share Posted by ChileGuide in Chilean Tourism Network | Jul 27, 2010
  • Upward Mobility: Words from Women in PowerHi Everyone! As I’ve mentioned before I am working alongside one of the PhD students, Miriam Rotich, who is associated with IGERD (Institute for Gender Equity Research and Development). We’ve compiled a list of people I should meet and talk with Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Jul 26, 2010
  • I, Me, Myself Just at this very moment, I feel so sad and pitied myself. I could have been in a better situation or position if I had taken and studied the course I really wanted to get or perhaps studied r Posted by addyict in This is me c.") | Jul 18, 2010
  • Synchronic Panoptical Vision“Within that conflictual economy of colonial discourse which Edward Said describes as the tension between the synchronic panoptical vision of domination-the demand for identity, stasis-and the counter-pressure of the diachrony of history-change, differenc Posted by kchapman88 in Leaving Tennessee | Jul 18, 2010
  • National Education StandardsEducation Updates NZ: July 3rd headlines NZ Herald: Standoff over Education Standards Policy Deepens The Minister of Education, Anne Tolley, has pushed national standards hard and fast. She forced them into law over Christmas 2009 in a surprise aggr Posted by Hilary G in Adventures in NZ! | Jul 10, 2010
  • Eldoret, Kenya - Home of Marathon Runners and good food :)Sasa Marafiki na jamaa yangu wa Marekani! (Hi my friends and family of the US) Nimekuwa Eldoret! (I am in Eldoret!) Eldoret is MUCH different from Nairobi as it is a smaller town but still large with many interesting communities. I Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Jul 9, 2010
  • Day Two of ClassesYesterday was much better in terms of speaking Chinese with my host family. Kim was very helpful and taught me a lot of words. I've forgotten more than I've remembered, but every time I remember, I get excited. (A side Posted by MAx1992 in China 中国 2010 | Jul 6, 2010
  • I had some time so...Expect this to be a bit unstructured and generally meh... I will now hold forth about an aspect of St Andrews life that I have become very fond of...the Old Man Pub. St Andrews is a very small Scottish town that Posted by rosiescott in Not About My Gap Year | Jul 6, 2010
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