Today started well knowing that I spent all night editing the last movie. The Video team could now take it easy by adding a few finishing touches before we could burn it onto a DVD. There is just one thing I would like to say; so I would like to take this opportunity to thank the I.T. department for making everyone's lives a lot harder. Even though we were provided with laptops with insufficient hard disk space and programs, we somehow managed to complete our task. Top tip for the I.T. department; provide more Macs!
As the day progressed the Graphics team were also coming to the finishing stages of their leaflet, great news as we had one night to plan our presentation for judgement day tomorrow morning.
It was lunch time and as we made our way to the dinner hall, we were served a bizarre dish that involved three pieces of dough and cherry gravy. Words cannot describe our initial reactions to the dish but Fazi seemed to enjoy it. Honestly, as if I can't be malnourished more, this dish was by far the least satisfying during my stay in Germany.
NOTE TO SELF: 'German cuisine requires no high expectations'
After a productive day, I thoroughly believe each member deserved decent grub for once! Unfortunately this was not the case, instead we were served left overs from lunch and half cooked pasta. Honestly I could do with a dodgy kebab right now!
As I sit here typing up this blog, Dominique has successfully burned our work onto a DVD. Lets Hope tomorrow goes according to plan and all our hard work pays off with a big plate of steak and chips for lunch (Fingers crossed).