Italians do it better (the MBA)

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

I'm still alive!

Hola chicos! Despite the huge workload i'm surviving. Last week we were dealing with financial accounting and basic quantitative methods (not so basic for me)! During this week we are involved with the career services. Basically we are being introduced into the different pursuits we can take after the mba program. Every day there is a seminar. For example today we had investment banking. Tomorrow we have investment banking in the morning and investment banking in the afternoon... Mmmm... i think i'll choose investment banking. In this moment i'm rewriting by scratch my CV to let it be more... more. I'm getting more tired every day because if i'm not up until late night to to my homework i'm out to try to enjoy myself and push out all the weekly stress. My rings around my eyes are getting permanent (See photo). If you want to see more photos check out Noelle's blog!

Monday, September 12, 2005

Tons of photos!

Here is 22.30 and i've just finished cooking. You know i'm improving sooooo much in cooking! Tonite: fillet with mushrooms,pepper and cream! Last weekend i've prepared a chocolate cake by scratch and was very good. Here is a link where u can find lots of photos from a party we had @ Cary's place. My spanish is improving better than my cooking and i'm alerady preparing for the pre-course of financial accounting. Ok... now it's time for homework and ironing!! :( George

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Some photos!

New photos every day. Here are some pictures of the bbq we had on our terrace last week and the 3 of us waiting for the metro on our way to IESE!

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Tonight featuring: rosemary!

Hi guys, we were just about laying out the wet clothes on the balcony when Marco, pointing a plant of rosemary in one of the vases, said: "hey, do you know last night i was coming back drunk from the disco..." and I "ehm.. yeees.." and he continued "well.. i've completely forgotten that i stole this plant of rosemary from someone's garden and planted here in our vase!" :-)