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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 9:36pm On Feb 24
janettee:


Hey, I've missed your posts!.

Hope you are enjoying the current weather?
Thank you. I am enjoying the weather.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Nobody: 10:37pm On Feb 24
Braket gist us more about Germany abeg
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 6:23pm On Feb 25
Wizplynfrosh:
Braket gist us more about Germany abeg
Like?

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Nobody: 6:55pm On Feb 25
Braket:

Like?
we need pictures their foods,their girls school building
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by styles2009: 8:13pm On Feb 27
Braket:

Impossible is nothing. You can go into importation if you have the resources and connect. But don't get caught sha,because as a student, you're not allowed to own a business.

I really can't say anything about the city. But what I can advise you is to find out if the semester ticket gives you access to Hamburg and how far it is by train. Then you can visualize working in Hamburg.
If Braket allows me to answer this question openly, i would.
Permission needed to answer this question.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 10:30pm On Feb 27
styles2009:

If Braket allows me to answer this question openly, i would.
Permission needed to answer this question.
My oga, the floor is yours aba... Lol
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by chimax1(m): 11:02pm On Feb 27
styles2009:

If Braket allows me to answer this question openly, i would.
Permission needed to answer this question.
will appreciate if you do bro
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by styles2009: 12:08am On Mar 04
chimax1:
Nice one boss.
Just help me generalise, for someone staying in let's say Lübeck, which is relatively close to hamburg how much can he/she make in a city like that during the semester and semester breaks. Have u seen students involved in exportation of vehicles, how possible is this?

Thanks Braket, I didn't want to hijack your thread therefore asked for permission.

You'll still need to buy like a half ticket to Hamburg as Lübeck ticket doesn't cover and reach Hamburg.
As for job to survive as a student, you need German not certificate one but speaking and writing, this would get you a student job in cities like Hamburg, I can't speak for small cities.

As for car business, remember your permit of study is for study if you violate it and do extra unauthorized work without permission, foreign office might find out and Abeg no dey their matter or i didn't know the rules.

German first eben if your course is in English and thank me later.

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by chimax1(m): 12:15am On Mar 04
thanks for the heads up bro//
styles2009:


Thanks Braket, I didn't want to hijack your thread therefore asked for permission.

You'll still need to buy like a half ticket to Hamburg as Lübeck ticket doesn't cover and reach Hamburg.
As for job to survive as a student, you need German not certificate one but speaking and writing, this would get you a student job in cities like Hamburg, I can't speak for small cities.

As for car business, remember your permit of study is for study if you violate it and do extra unauthorized work without permission, foreign office might find out and Abeg no dey their matter or i didn't know the rules.

German first eben if your course is in English and thank me later.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 2:21pm On Mar 07
styles2009:


Thanks Braket, I didn't want to hijack your thread therefore asked for permission.

You'll still need to buy like a half ticket to Hamburg as Lübeck ticket doesn't cover and reach Hamburg.
As for job to survive as a student, you need German not certificate one but speaking and writing, this would get you a student job in cities like Hamburg, I can't speak for small cities.

As for car business, remember your permit of study is for study if you violate it and do extra unauthorized work without permission, foreign office might find out and Abeg no dey their matter or i didn't know the rules.

German first eben if your course is in English and thank me later.
The elder has spoken.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 2:22pm On Mar 07
Sunny and noisy day

Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Chriswazo(m): 7:23pm On Mar 07
Braket:
Sunny and noisy day

Are you currently in Nigeria?
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 11:16pm On Mar 07
Chriswazo:


Are you currently in Nigeria?
Ja
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Chriswazo(m): 5:24am On Mar 08
Braket:

Ja

Wow, welcome home bro

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by chimax1(m): 11:06am On Mar 08
Braket:

Ja
bracket mein Bruder..be like say you Don pack enough Euro, this one you come back when we de enter next level..i hail u Bros.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 12:44pm On Mar 08
chimax1:
bracket mein Bruder..be like say you Don pack enough Euro, this one you come back when we de enter next level..i hail u Bros.
Hehe. It costs just €500 - €520 for a return ticket. But the expenses incurred in Nigeria is not a joking sturvs.

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by chimax1(m): 3:00pm On Mar 08
Braket:

Hehe. It costs just €500 - €520 for a return ticket. But the expenses incurred in Nigeria is not a joking sturvs.
just €500 is above 200k (What i can do with that amount) Just for travellin, you go still do faji for family and friends here.Better money dey joor. Make Sure say you carry mopol cos you get kidnap value now..lol. Na Boss you bé..Welcome Home. When are u travellin back? Maybe u can Help me Post docs to uni-assist, If thats okay by you.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 7:01pm On Mar 08
chimax1:
just €500 is above 200k (What i can do with that amount) Just for travellin, you go still do faji for family and friends here.Better money dey joor. Make Sure say you carry mopol cos you get kidnap value now..lol. Na Boss you bé..Welcome Home. When are u travellin back? Maybe u can Help me Post docs to uni-assist, If thats okay by you.
Hmm if you say so. Write up on that is coming soon sha.
Unfortunately, being in Nigeria was past tense. Back to base
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Chriswazo(m): 5:05pm On Mar 09
Braket:

Hmm if you say so. Write up on that is coming soon sha.
Unfortunately, being in Nigeria was past tense. Back to base

So how many days u come stay?
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Nobody: 5:27pm On Mar 09
Braket you came back when are you travelling and please gist us about your friends
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 9:18pm On Mar 09
Chriswazo:


So how many days u come stay?
About 15 days

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 9:19pm On Mar 09
Wizplynfrosh:
Braket you came back when are you travelling and please gist us about your friends
I don come and go. Gist will come soon make I rest.
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Chriswazo(m): 11:05pm On Mar 09
Braket:

About 15 days

That's okay based on logistics
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by NNAMDIII(m): 1:35am On Mar 10
Following...... It's time to focus more on travelling and business section



I'll stop visiting romance section because i'm not gaining anything there!
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by chimax1(m): 2:53am On Mar 10
NNAMDIII:
Following...... It's time to focus more on travelling and business section



I'll stop visiting romance section because i'm not gaining anything there!
lol.. good for you!!
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by EMMAACHILE(m): 5:54am On Mar 10
NNAMDIII:
Following...... It's time to focus more on travelling and business section



I'll stop visiting romance section because i'm not gaining anything there!
cheesy
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Nobody: 8:16am On Mar 10
Braket:

I don come and go. Gist will come soon make I rest.
gust dey hungry me be fast abeg
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Zerilt: 9:49pm On Mar 15
This was an excellent idea and I wish you all the best with your journey. Germany is one very rich country which is offering a lot of opportunities both for their citizens but also foreigners who would like to study there. Finding a part time job is also relatively easy, and is good paid
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Braket: 2:53pm On Mar 16
Trip to Nigeria.

If I was told that I will return back to Nigeria in my first years of moving abroad, I would definitely have argued. But it goes without saying that man proposes, God disposes.

With few months to go and examination knocking, I had to make plans about visiting Nigeria. As that then, I had no work but only few euros I had saved up for my bills.

I frantically searched for work, and I was so lucky to get a 4 weeks contract which I did with my body and soul despite lot of shits I had to deal with there.

Long story short, I booked my ticket with British Airways at a giveaway price of about €520. Then the main headache of what to buy for loved ones in Nigeria and the money to spend in Nigeria started giving me headaches because Nigerians wouldn't just accept the reality of bills we have to face here and the fact that I am a student who hasn't worked more than two months since I arrived coupled with the reality that this trip was not really pre-planned but it was necessary.

In the end, I told myself the better truth of not doing pass myself just because I just returned from 'abroad'. So I decided to tell them the blunt truth that I am a student and I would even appreciate any cash they can give me when going back.

That settled, I wrote my exams and packaged my bags to voyage 20 years into the past.

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by Sss2: 10:59pm On Mar 16
We dey listen to your gist

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Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by HeWrites(m): 8:54am On Mar 17
Braket:
Trip to Nigeria.

If I was told that I will return back to Nigeria in my first years of moving abroad, I would definitely have argued. But it goes without saying that man proposes, God disposes.

With few months to go and examination knocking, I had to make plans about visiting Nigeria. As that then, I had no work but only few euros I had saved up for my bills.

I frantically searched for work, and I was so lucky to get a 4 weeks contract which I did with my body and soul despite lot of shits I had to deal with there.

Long story short, I booked my ticket with British Airways at a giveaway price of about €520. Then the main headache of what to buy for loved ones in Nigeria and the money to spend in Nigeria started giving me headaches because Nigerians wouldn't just accept the reality of bills we have to face here and the fact that I am a student who hasn't worked more than two months since I arrived coupled with the reality that this trip was not really pre-planned but it was necessary.

In the end, I told myself the better truth of not doing pass myself just because I just returned from 'abroad'. So I decided to tell them the blunt truth that I am a student and I would even appreciate any cash they can give me when going back.

That settled, I wrote my exams and packaged my bags to voyage 20 years into the past.

At emboldened, what do you mean cry cry
Re: The Adventures Of A Village Scholar In Germany by bujebudanu1(m): 9:46am On Mar 17
HeWrites:


At emboldened, what do you mean cry cry


grin
Nigeria

Like naija is still years back

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