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Travel Blogs from Newcastle upon Tyne
... guys went to see the sequel to 300, an adrenaline pumping movie that certainly got me motivated to work hard at the gym this week.
All in all it has been a quiet few weeks since dad left. However, after two more weeks of hunkering down in the library I am off to Ireland on the 27th. In the meantime, I will be attending a St. Patricks Day formal and party, a Harry Potter themed banquet and much much more. Keep on reading - the adventure is just kicking off.
... The patron saint of Northern England, St. Cuthburt is a big deal in the Anglican Church. He lived in the 7th century AD, and was famous for healing, helping the poor and spreading Christianity in the the North.
I also showed off to dad the Cloisters of the Cathedral, famous for their appearance in the Harry Potter films. All too soon it was time for dad to head home to Ottawa, via London. But not before a quick stop at Durham's best doughnut shop - Krispy Kreme.
... or sunny with little wind and temperatures in the 40's.
We suspected the event would be well attended. This week is half-term for the schools so many families took their children to the museum to see the trains. And, our train to Shildon was packed. They had added two additional train cars but it was still standing room only for those passengers who got on the train a few stops after ours.
When we arrived, ...
... me that fit has a different connotation here in England than it does back home. While we would say fit to mean: in good shape, here in England its used as a slang term for attractive. So instead of saying that a person is "hot", you can say that he/she is "fit". If you so desire you can stick "well" in front of it for added emphasis and say: "he/she is well-fit". This gives new meaning to the term: survival of the fittest.
Back to the main narrative! On Friday morning at ...
"A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people" - Gandhi
Hello my dear readers! My sincerest apologies for being so inactive of late but it has been a busy few weeks, as you will soon discover.
As most of you will have noticed, I tend to organize my blog posts thematically. A theme that I find really links this week together well is culture, and cultural exchange. A big party of studying abroad is about cultural exchange. As a ...
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