3th day in Sana'a


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July 14th 2009
Published: July 14th 2009EDIT THIS ENTRY

Buf, desole pour les francophones et hispanophones mais j'ai pas des temps pour ecrire tout en francais, alors je change a l'anglaise.

Wow, its amazing, two days of classes and they already thought all the alphabeth, undreds of new words and expressions, all the vowels, and now they want us to write all the new words in arabic for tomorrow. It is absolutely crazy and intense, and arabic is such a beautiful language.

Even more, the school is amazing, full of professors from top class universities, students of cience po, journalistes, students of women affaires in islamic countries, ... I am learning so much about the country, middle east and islamic culture. There is also a lot of space to do research here, in particular in water management as the problem drying problem is REALLY important. I would love so much to have the chance to stay for longer.

About the daily experiences, I post some of the pics I took yesterday, and a screenshot of when I tried to access the website of the journal elmundo.es and I typed "elmudo.es", this gives an idea of the internet issues.





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15th July 2009

Quoi, je ne comprends pas!
From French to English in a couple of days. I'm just afraid you will write your next entry in Arabic and then I'll be completely lost. I am really glad you have found an interest and a challenge in this culture and its language, and that you are enjoying the international atmosphere on your campus (who knew you liked being among people from different countries?) Poi Varugiren (Tamil, just to throw you off), Anne

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