"who can diss egypt more"
Apparently there's a competition between nevernever and etravels on nomadlife
you ask me why i hate trainees?
Oh… have I missed something!? Has my company complained about the way I work? Am I too irresponsible and take too long to understand what my job description is? Do I come late to work and leave too early? Do I act arrogant towards my co-workers? Am I dependable and annoy aiesecers too much with my complains? Do I require too many services from aiesecers? Am I unable to shop for myself and need someone to walk me home in the evening? Do I complain about my accommodation? Do I gossip about aiesecers behind their backs? Do I have a communication problem? Am I too immature to be able to discuss with others their different opinions?
Well, if none of this is the problem then I see no reason, Luli, why should specifically you complain about me as a trainee… So far all the aiesecers that DID TAKE INTEREST in me have done a great job and I hope I did show enough appreciation for their work.
On the other hand if you have any problem with my opinions and perceptions of Egypt, then you are more than welcome to comment on my blog or even make time and meet me in a café and discuss whatever problem you have. Some of my opinions are negative but there are also a lot of things that I see in positive way… and to be honest, your approach as an old aiesecer and Egyptian does not exactly positively influence my opinion about Egypt, your hospitability and friendliness. It is thanks to people like May, Semi, Bahaa, Omar, Dody, the Silverkey employees and my co-workers at Kia who make me think about Egypt in a very good way and I am sad to say that those that seem to create the core of Egypt on nomadlife do not exactly fall into this category.
I am 26 years old, I have 6 years of aiesec experience and I at least pretend to be open-minded and friendly towards those that come to my country as I know that the way I behave will definitely leave an impact on how they will perceive the Czech Republic. And if I see that someone has a problem with my country or some of its aspects/traditions, I do not get blindly offended but I might as well try to explain these cultural differences and have the people understand better my culture and hopefully have them become to like it and have them want to come back again. ;o)
By the way, what are the indicators according to which you decide for the winner?! I can as well strive for the excellence in something :o).