Around Southern Africa in 31 Days

After some thought, I’ve decided to go ahead with the overland Africa trip solo. There was the option of an organized tour, there was the option of coming back Early, and changing my flight with some heavy fees attached, or I could just wing it. Regardless, even if I were to go back to Europe…

Job hunting time is upon me…. and… doing Africa – alone :o

… so far so good, but there is one MAJOR problem, this whole application process requires that I be in Europe during November, and December, which is completely understandable, however, being in South Africa with little access to the web is doing me no favors while looking for employment; and then there’s the month plus…

SOUTH AFRICA WINS RUGBY WORLD CUP!!!!!

And the party last night was goooood. D-Nice was DJ’ing, and he hung out at our table, even bought us a bottle of Stoli, then went to the City Bowl for some good fashioned fun – oh and ripped my pants at the crotch doing a split last night. But I do have to say,…

Cape Town: My time here so far.

School has started and not much really to talk about, classes are very different than at ESADE, there’s things like advanced leadership (AL), and depth consulting (DCF), that deal strictly with one’s emotions, and there’s classes such as emerging enterprises (EE) that are just wonderful. For example in EE we went to speak to a…

What I despise about ESADE!!!!!

Got your attention, didn’t I? Since the creation of this here Blog, many people have asked me what it is that I generally dislike about ESADE. While overall I am satisfied with the choice of school, the location, the people and education there are a few things that I can share with you the wider…