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... week so far in 2014, and while the temperature is only about 12 degrees it feels much nicer out in the sunshine. Unfortunately, as this is one of the busiest times of the year to be a student, few of us will truly get to enjoy the sunshine.
The past two weeks have been filled with essays, readings, and seminars. I also got to go to a few really interesting presentations, which are certainly noteworthy. The first was last week and was the second ...
“The monsters are gone."
"I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do" - Fiona Wallace
As a student, especially an international student, I live in many worlds simultaneously. There is the student world (known alternatively as the Durham bubble) and my world back home. This week, here in the North of England, my two worlds came face to face as my dad visited Durham.
Having spent the weekend together in London, I ...
... We encountered a herd of sheep on the hills and they were quite curious about us as we passed.
At one spot we needed to ford a stream which poured over the path but we made it to the other side without getting our footgear too wet. Everything was very pleasant and we were making good progress when all of a sudden, I glanced to my right and noticed a huge, menacing black cloud. You could see ...
... is difficult to comprehend. I sometimes wonder just how people manage this. Then I remind myself that so many people travel, and of course they must become homesick and miss loved ones. But I guess the 'buzz' of travelling must do something to alleviate this. It's been quite an emotional week this week. Macey dog (a beautiful Chocolate Labrador) who has been a massive part of my life for the past seven years suddenly died. In truth I've never appreciated how an animal can ...
... branch to another. We drove back to the airport via a winding mountain road that took us up through majestic pine forests right over a saddle of Table Mountain, and led down to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The rest was pure horror - motorways, wrong turnings, car drop-off, endless sitting around in the departures terminal...but now we're jetting towards Paris, be home in about 12 ...
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