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Okolí místa praxe:
Trips are possible around Haifa. There is lot of places to visit with historic or cultural heritage. Few minutes from Haifa there are old port cities of Acre and Cesarea. Mostly all our trips was all around the Israel. It is easy and cheep to rent a car and public transport works good ass well, but not during Shabbat. You can visit historic cities of Nazareth, Jerusalem and as well natural park ...
I worked at the university laboratory carrying out a research for DR. Yao Zhongping. I met him only once and he was very nice and easygoing. I mostly worked with his Phd students, who took a great care of me. Explained everything at the laboratory and took us for lunch to various restaurants every day :D
Actually, they didn't have much work for me. I didn't have much to do in the work. I was watching what are the other employees doing most of the time. I was also going to a construction sites with a guy who was supervising there.
I was also allowed to do something on my own laptop. All the people were very nice to me.
I didn't learn a lot of new things in my work, but the rest was amazing. I met more than 20 people from all over the world (Europe, Iran, Mexico, Palestina, Oman...) and it totally broke all my prejudicies I had before. I could compare different cultures and religions and everyone respected the others. It improved my English (if you speak French, it will improve you French too). I had many ...
Austrian cuisine has many similarities with Czech one, so there wasn't anything new for me. I'd definitively recommend to try beef broth with cheese or tirolean dumplings (Käseknodelsuppen, Speckknodelsuppe). Most of the times I prefered cooking at home other than going to restaurants, because I like to cook and it was of course much cheaper.
Sport a kultura:
Lots of people are running around the lake. I have registered to volleyball club (VBC Wetzikon) and played there.
Culture - Not much. Small events during the year. Some pubs, restaurants, discos,... If you want culture, just go to Zurich :D.
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