Christmas dinner

Today was the last day of training in preparation for Zimbabwe. Today’s training was aimed at improving knowledge transfer skills, specifically in developing countries. However, normally it’s a two-day course and now they tried to fit into one day. Not good. They left out most of the ‘developing countries’ part and focused mainly on the ‘skills transfer’ part. I can teach and train, and was interested in tricks of the trade I could use in Zimbabwe. Unfortunately, I didn’t learn many.

The evening was spent at Christmas dinner with ITpreneurs at Winterplein in Rotterdam where we had four types of ‘stamppot’ and were ablet to do some ice skating. After that, we had to hurry to the Hague, were the people from the European Patent Office were having a big Caribbean party with lots of almost-naked girls running around. Terrible, really.

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