Sunday, 17 June 2007

London, Moscow, Gent

A solid week of travel...

London for an industry conference where I was giving a presentation on some stuff we had done last year on Tuesday and Wednesday. The best part about this was managing to catch up with a friend froma recent course that I went on, and having a great chat over pizzas and wine.

On Wednesday, I then flew to Moscow, where I had organised a conference for 450 specialists. This was hard yakka - I think I have learned my leson, and won't organise anything in Russia for a while! Visa problems, customs problems, safety and security, Moscow traffic..... but we managed it, and everone seemed happy!

Home on Sunday night, then out on Monday morning to Gent, in Belgium, to lecture at the Business school. This was my first visit to the city, and they have kept all the historic facades and it is a very beautiful place! The town centre is not very big and can be walked in less than a couple of hours.

Finally back home - and no travel for at least the next few weeks (as Alexander says, "Yippee!!!")

1 comment:

Rhonda said...

Wow! You've been everywhere. Glad you're home!