Yeap, the JCI World Congress is coming to an end.
I had a lot of fun these days (thus the lack of posts), not doing anything else but networking and enjoying the inside pool. Oh, I have been to a training about leadership. The trainer used a parallel between mixing a cocktail and different styles of leadership. A nice idea, and a catchy one while at that.
Ah, and the German team lost the final against Switzerland. I didn’t really know whether to be happy (since they were the ones that eliminated us) or sad, since the Germans are really a nice bunch. Anyway, they lost 5-0 so we just high fived them all day yesterday (or, better, high funfed :D ).
Ah, as usual, we really did party at night, Tunisian and Syrian Nights being the place where we really showed everyone how to dance to the music of the Orient :)) The Romanian gipsies manele really proved to be a good training in the last 10 years for all Romanians :D
I can’t tell you how sad I am to leave Antalya. The silk in the pool, the talks, the people… I have found some energy and motivation I have thought I have lost and I really found out what JCI really means. JCI Romania is still young, but I will try to make a summary post of the ups and downs of this JCI World Congress for a first timer and, more, for a freshman (since I have been in JCI for the last 2 months).