lunes, 29 de noviembre de 2010
Cuando acabo mis 12 horas de curro, solo tengo tiempo en alimentarme un poco y ver la tele.
Apenas anoche descubrí que tengo wireless en mi habitación (infortunadamente solo 28%, esto significando conexión lenta, pero iré al lado, en el living-TV Room ya que allí hay máxima conexión).
La comunicación con mi gente lo encuentro difícil, ya que se debe pagar 20 pence para una llamada de 10 minutos, pero si piensas que contribuyes con tu poquito dinero a una caridad (esto nos han dicho), entonces me siento contenta por hacer las llamadas internacionales.
Te echo de menos aunque no tengo mucho tiempo para esto tampoco, pero aquí nieva constantemente y esto me recuerda del viaje que hicimos el invierno pasado caminando hacia Gorbea. Pronto espero jugar juntos con bolas de nieve por allí, en los Cárpatos.
Hasta entonces, cuídate y suena conmigo, jijiji
viernes, 26 de noviembre de 2010
miércoles, 24 de noviembre de 2010
lunes, 22 de noviembre de 2010
domingo, 21 de noviembre de 2010
WIkipedia_: "The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is "an English language test designed specifically to measure the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment." The TOEIC Listening & Reading test is a 2-hour multiple-choice test consisting of 200 questions divided into 100 questions each in listening comprehension and reading comprehension. Each candidate receives independent scores for written and listening comprehension on a scale from 5 to 495 points. The total score adds up to a scale from 10 to 990 points."
Acum astept diploma gold.
sábado, 20 de noviembre de 2010
Sincer functionarii astia publici(romani) sunt faimosi ei la noi pentru ca dau dovada de putina profesionalitate si trateaza publicul cu mult dispret, eh si aici la consulat sunt la fel, cladirea e intr-o stare jalnica...imi pare rau ca trebuie sa ma reintorc acolo pentru a ridica pasaportul, speram sa nu trebuiasca sa merg pana la marginea Madridului, intr-un loc unde nimeni nu este simpatic .
viernes, 19 de noviembre de 2010
"Baghdad is sad" - an irakie woman about her loved city ...
I decided to write this post in English, for 2 simple reasons:
1. Americans who might accidentally or intentionally read this blog ,
2. Americans wouldn't understand in any other language that I use here as they are lousy language learners.
I want PEACE for the Irakies and I want Americans to fucking wake up from all this confusion that they have in their heads ( I speak for the ones who support the war, who contribute to the killing of innocent civilians)!
I have read books, watched news (although most of the time I wouldn't trust them), saw documentaries of great interest.
The last one I saw today ( “ Baghdad en invierno”, TVE ) impressed me so much, that I decided to take actions and speak my thoughts out .
From the start the war was invented by the almighty stupid ex-US president Bush Jr (and his allies Tony Blair and Aznar), after the 9/11 incidents he manipulated the people who live there and the press and decided to attack Irak “to bring freedom to its inhabitans”, although most of us out there knew he wanted just the fucking oil Irak posses. He blaimed Irak of having 29 major mass distruction. NATO went there, they found 0 !
Still, US soldiers moved there and start killing, raping and attacking children, women, men and old people in Irak. I was so impressed by the powerful force of the local people there, they way they were keeping their hope and strength.
There were daily scences of murders and fires, and with all these children were still attending classes and teachers were protecting them and teaching them new stuff everyday. Most of the kids had to give up school in order to help feeding the family / they were selling gasoline to different cars on the highways and changing their money for food), they were living in bombed houses ( in best of the cases as most of the persons have lost their places, and in the majority of the cases they did not have current water, light or electricity, IMAGINE LIVING LIKE THAT! And more than that IMAGINE living with the threat of dying any moment).
There were distroyed families, orphans in hospital, everyone feeling sad and mutiled phisically and / or psyhically , I felt maybe just half as sad as them ( as I was not in that situations, but even watching the documentary I felt like this seems too cruel, I wanted to switch off the PC and forget for a moment, but I felt I just should go on and watch further and try to understand what Bush intended by “giving freedom to Iraki people”, when he what actually did was taken their freedom, lives, future, families...
I wish I could do something more than raise attention to this cruel war against innocent people, I wish I could help in another way that would give back some hope and put some smile on the faces of those beautiful and smart Iraki children I met today through the documentary I watched.
What do you people from over the world think about this ?
What is the solution besides of the soldiers leaving this country and going to their homes?
jueves, 18 de noviembre de 2010
jueves, 11 de noviembre de 2010
Incep cu scriitorii:
Emil Cioran, Mircea Eliade, Eugene Ionesco, Eminescu, Creanga, Rebreanu, etc.
Apoi cu sportivii:
Nadia Comaneci, Hagi, D.Petrescu, toate gimnastele in general, etc
Opera: Maria Callas.
si nu in ultimul rand, prietenii mei romani, familia si bunica mea.
miércoles, 3 de noviembre de 2010
martes, 2 de noviembre de 2010
Home-made pizza with cheese hearts
Burgos, Museo de la Evolución Humana
A reproduction of the Darwin's Beagle Boat