EN: Warning: This post is over two years old, so it's possible that the views, opinions, links or instructions reflected on it do not correspond with the way I think now or the way things currently work. I have evolved (and so have the World and the Internet), so it might be advisable to just take this entry for a glimpse into the (my) past. 🙂

ES: Atención: Este artículo tiene más de dos años de antigüedad, de modo que los puntos de vista, opiniones e instrucciones que se vierten en él pueden no corresponder con cómo pienso ahora o cómo funcionan las cosas en la actualidad. He evolucionado (y también lo han hecho el mundo e Internet), así que probablemente lo más recomendable sería entender esta entrada como un simple reflejo del (de mi) pasado. 🙂

Hi everyone,
I’ve just returned of a four day trip to Cracow and Kalisz (the last a tiny but charming town not far from Lodz), I remembered a lot of things of my staying there in 1997, but this time was almost winter, not summer, so I could see the town with a different atmosphere… As last Thurday was the National day of Poland, loads of students and foreigners had come to Cracow and enjoy it, so I met a lot of Spaniards (I don’t like Spaniards when I am abroad, maybe it’s due to my Galician personality…) and several pupils of mine :geeked:.

I enjoyed myself quite a lot but I don’t have nothing really special to tell here, sorry. Jud. and me just walked a lot, visited some interesting spots by chance and dealt with some noisy students that wouldn’t let Jud. sleep in the hostel. She is a bit fussy about certain things, but she finally didn’t go to the students room and kill them or something: she just phoned the reception desk and complainted for several minutes making more noise than the students :dead:, but the whole situation was fun for me. I think there was a point in which she seemed angry because I was not angry about the students being noisy, but I kept pretending I was almost slept and she finally calmed dawn :P.

Incidentally, I must mention the project in which Thilo is involved this academic year. The title is “EUtopie – unsere Zukunft in Europa” and I wish it will be a great success… By the way, Thilo, may I go to your school in July and take part of the celebrations?? :uh:. I don’t want to put you against the wall, but I would be delighted if you “allowed” me to go :), anyway, I will help you in whatever I can whether you invite me or not ;).

íÅ“brigens, I remember you asked me about the UE hymn a while ago (not only on your last comment, and thank you, by the way): the hymn of the UE has not official lyrics, so nobody could feel offended if at anytime it is singed in a particular language (that’s the same as in Spain: our hymn doesn’t have any lyrics). So, just that part of the 9th Symphony by Beethoven is the hymn of the EU. You can get it in here (click-click).

Oh, Iva, sorry about mentioning the EU “again” :dead:. And thank you for taking the time of reading all the visible stuff of my blog :geeked:.

And now that I am thanking everyone, I also thank Helen (I love your dark layouts, but a “moonenlightened” one might be nice too ;)), Sarah (have you received my email on the mp3 thing? I think you will like my answer 8-)) and Frauke (I’m emailing that password to you right now :P). Thanks not only for commenting, but for being great online people…

Gosh! I need some sleep, I’m talking cheesy stuff as if I were drunked or something :violin:… But I meant all that nonsense :geeked:.
Yep, I need some sleep…
I hope I will be able to release some new site stuff soon…
I’ll try to…
But now I need some sleep…

Dobranoc…

4 Comments on MINI-HOLIDAYS

  1. sure that you are invited… until then, I will have my own flat and you could stay with me… May be you’re intrested in leading aproject group with 10 people? At the moment it is not sure that the project will be in July – because the situation between pupils and teachers in our school is not easy and they have to ratifie it how I déjà said. But I look forward to it… It would be really nice if you take part!!!

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