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No, I'm not dead, but I definitely understand why people who go on exchange can't update their blogs as often - there's just so much to do, especially this first month settling in! Thanks for still visiting, and I definitely will be posting more regularly once school starts on 21st October ; I don't have many photos of my first few days in Karlsruhe, but here is a pretty epic night in the middle of O-phase, or our orientation.
We had a Karaoke party where every group had to perform a piece - ours was Barbie Girl if you couldn't guess. I walk into a kitchen during the pre-party full of guys all dressed in pink and everyone yells my name because they probably thought i was dead after the first night of partying - but I wasn't!
We win 3rd out of 15 places, so it's not bad! But i guess i'm pretty lucky to have such a close knit orientation group and meeting people of different cultures, and they really aren't very different - I mean, everyone is human and has the same needs, the same feelings of awkwardness, craziness, etc. What a good day - we eat till we're stuffed and immerse ourselves in german culture - the singing, the dancing, the beer, the dirndls and the lederhosen.
If you want to see more pictures, this is the post: The first true day of fall - we actually see the sun. The past few days have been rain, gloom and doom, so it's great to be able to lounge on the grass with other students outside the exchange office building with Dani from Spain! I finally get Giulia from Italy!
So glad we're settled now with our apartments! International dinner night is a big buffet where everyone contributes a little food from their county, and I don't represent Singapore all that well because, well, I lack a kitchen, and I was the only Singaporean!