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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Tuesday, 03 April 2007

Monday, 2nd April:

Decided to walk to the office today, and enjoy the fresh air.  I’ve done this for the last few trips, and it was actually a nice way of getting to work – cheap, fresh and actually wakes me up, oh and good exercise!


I just ploughed straight into work, a few more meetings and so forth, daily issue-update calls etc.  One of the AXP GSS members then appeared, apparently he is out for the next few days.  Currently, I’ve only really been on my “own” for about 4 days in total, thus far.  Not bad going, actually I am looking forward for a few days of company, and then hopefully I can slowly acquaint myself with the other Partner bank staff, so I can start to know them further too!


Anyway, one of the common things is that everyone starts early (approx 08:30) and leaves around mid-afternoon (15:30).  There are a few whom actually stay-back and continue to work; they end up leaving around 18:00-18:30 most-days.


I am getting to be one of those, as although I try to leave work around 17:00 (starting at around 09:30); I continue to do my other work in the Hotel for the next 2 hours, so in reality work from 09:30 to about 19:30 most days.  Actually, I start earlier than this as after refreshing myself, I start checking my e-mails around 08:30 in the morning already!  (Note: this is not a complaint, it’s just the way I do things – else I will be behind before I even start my day!  Remember the challenges of e-mail access, I’ve mentioned in one of my earlier posts!?).


Mark and I were invited out for dinner, as Mark was presenting on Tuesday, it was more of a social gathering (bit of work, bit of social-chat).  We went to a nice Cretan-Greek restaurant, just behind the Hilton, called Alatsi.  Neither Mark or I knew it was here, so it was good to try it out.  Only slight issue is that they don’t accept AXP – whoops.  Well, I guess it’s something the bank needs to address!


Few Ouzo’s later, I knew it was getting late :)


Probably, just gone midnight by the time we got back to the hotel.  Good food, good company, good night!



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