This post should be full of photos but actually it isn't. "But why?" you are probably thinking. The reason is simply that i had no camera with me and i haven't receivet yet the photos from the ones who had it.
The trip to andorra was amazing. Very cool resort, with a lot of slopes and ski-lifts, great snow conditions, sun the first day and snowy the second, cool group of friends. The mix among skiers and snowboarders was good, i think around 65/35. There are other cool ratios about the ski trip. In fact the usual ratio of 80/20 in terms of men/girls which affects the IESE environment has fluctuated a lot during the trip. And here comes in your mind the second big "but why?" of this post. I will explain:
- overall trip ratio: 70/30. Don't be fooled and overexcited by this 70 percent improvement in girls' population because actually what happened is that all the new entrances were iese students' partners. So they have to be considered a sort of bad debt, which reports the net ratio to the usual 80/20.
- Jacuzzi time ratio: 100/0. I don't blame girls to have not come to join 10 men in a jacuzzi where the bubbles didn't allow to see what was going on under there.
- Vintage disco club ratio. When we went into the club it was quite early for the spanish time so there were only IESE students. Beginning ratio: 80/20 (net value, if u don't understand go back to first bullet). But around 12 many locals entered the club and the ratio changed drastically... to 95/05. Exaclty, a crew of young andorrian men filled the existing empty spaces among the iese bodies. If you don't know how an andorrian young man looks like just take a Nehandertal men and dress it with a pair of nike and meke him dance a rain-dance.
So.. now that you know all the ratios of a Business School you are ready to sustain an exam on Life Accounting.