Katja heads off to have breakfast with a couple of the girls. I follow in my usual routine.It’s the first day of the last week for Katja’s course. One more week of self exploration, teaching, writing up homework and meditation. Then it’s a few days on the beach before heading home.
After breakfast I drive to Hubud and spend a little time there doing work stuff. Good thing I did as I now have a telephone conference on Wednesday. I have access to the company mail again and exchange pleasantries with some of my old colleagues.
I find Microsoft Sway. If you haven’t looked at that yet, you should. If you know about Prezi, I guess that’s the easiest to connect to Sway. But have a look, it’s a new way of building presentations. It’s for the moment only available to private persons together with Outlook.com, but will be included in future Office versions.
Katja has a homework that consists of giving a class of yoga to a person and then get that person to write a review. Guess who that person is? We were supposed to do it tomorrow, but she’s ahead of schedule and message me to be ready at 18:00. I go down there and get a private yoga session from here. It’s a bit awkward that we communicate in English between us, but that’s the name of the game. She guides me through the class for 75 minutes and help me into the poses with assists as well as demonstrating some of the to me. It’s dark outside and the bugs are coming to chew on me when we are finished at 19:15, but I think she did a great job. Not only is she my main teacher for karate, but now also for yoga.
We walk home together, shower and go to the Italian for steak. We meet Maz and Marlon there and join them for a little chat as well before heading home.
“If your mother cooks Italian food, why should you go to a restaurant?”