Friday, March 26, 2010

PRAGUE: 4th day

In the morning we continue selling and buying in the Trade Fair. After having a hard morning we came to the hotel to sleep a little bit because we were very tired.
At night we went to the biggest disco in central europe, called Karlovy Lazné. It has five floors with five different types of music...
IT'S AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

PRAGUE: 3rd day

Buying and selling, clients and supplier, orders, invoices, contract conditions, payment agreements., VAT.. . WOW!!!!! This is work!!!!!!!!!!!!
Over 160 stands were you can buy from wedding garments to "khalasnikov". Will you fancy some crocs for the officce? We can also buy shoes made in Spain to a Belgium company in the Czech Republic, goods are travelling around!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We are building long term business relationships, This training we will continue tonight in the five stores disco pub.
Move your body, shake your body!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

PRAGUE: 2nd day

Who is the teacher? Give it a guess !!!!
Wednesday 24th – Only for exibitors and invited guests. The gala Opening of Trade Fair with the participations of guests and trade, culture programme, presentations of exhibitors

This is how the fair arena looked when
our team launched in before the opening gala. The stands were almost ready and everybody was eager to start.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

ARRIVAL TO PRAGUE, Virtual Firm Fair

1st day in Prague;
We've arrived safe and sound to Prague. The city is stunning, it's crowded with students from all around the world and we'll all meet tomorrow at the trade fair.
Touring around the city has been really interesting. Apart from sightening we've met czhecs, russians and italians, with whom we've practised language.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

European Capital for Ocean Initiatives 2010

Donostia-San Sebastián has been named as the European Capital for Ocean Initiatives 2010, an annual event to mobilise the citizens and alert the media to make people aware of the problem of macro-waste.

They have organised a wide range of activities for school-children, young people and the general public that will be held along the promenade from Sagües to Peine del Viento, from 18 to 21 March. The activities include educational workshops, exhibitions, videos, concerts and even a cross-border musical competition.

It sounds good, doesn’t it?

Get involved to look after the coastline!


Friday, March 12, 2010

Workshop "Design your t-shirt"

Jen, one of the assistant that we have to practise English, is going to be in "Melonhead" the shop situate in C/Carquizano 9, Gros, making t-shirts with her designs.
You can go to select your favourite t-shirt with the color and picture that you want.
If you want to take part in this funny workshop, you have to write an email to or you can phone to: 943 276311
Join us!!

Edurne and Eva

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Students in Sweden

From the 3rd to the 9th of March a group of students from first year "bachillerato" went to Örebro in Sweeden with an exchange program. They were with host families and students from Virginska school. They made a tours to different places such as Stockholm and Örebro. The Virginska school students organized activities to show the Zubiri students about their customs and studies.

We thought it would be interesting to ask these Zubiri students about their trip, to find out how Swedish culture effects businesses. We will be asking them about their free time in Sweden and their impressions of the trip.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

New "sideria" (cider house) season in Guipuzcoa. From January to Aplil 2010

Going to "cider house" is a deeply rooted tradition among the people from Gipuzkoa: almost a celebration that allows visitors to take part in a singular experience. The cider season 2010 has already started and it will extend until the month of April. This year we will taste an aromatic cider and with character.

Each cider house has its own character. Some are located near the urban area and others in mountainous zones. Many of them are placed in farmhouses. Each one produces its own cider, in its own way, and with its own characteristics. Therefore, one of the incentives of “going to a cider house” is knowing the peculiarities of each establishment. And, in this sense, there is much to discover. Particularly, near 70 cider bars located in 24 villages and towns, most of them dotting the areas of Astigarraga, Hernani, Usurbil, and Urnieta, villages that are very closed to the capital city, San Sebastián.

In cider house, tradition says that one must eat standing up, although not all establishments follow this custom. In any case, all of them repeat the same ritual when it comes to taste cider. The guest serves directly from the "kupelas" (barrels) on a thin glass and with the necessary lean of the glass, so that cider “sparks”.
The "
kupelas" (barrels)
are usually placed in rooms near the dining room. That is why one can see a continuous ‘come and go’ of people from the tables to the cider cellar in a very lively atmosphere.
The menu is practically the same in all cider bars. Cod omelette, cod and peppers, T-bone steak, and, cheese, quince, and nuts as dessert.

Come and see.


Sentitu+Pentsatu+Ekin Contest by GAZE

Are you creative?

Do you have initiative?

Would you like to earn some money?

What are you waiting for???

You can participate in the second edition of the contest that GAZE organizes!

There are 4 different categories:
1. Short-film
2. Design of daily objects
3. Comic
4. Poster

If you want to know more about the contest you can cheek the bases in:


The Italians are here!