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Travel Blogs from Sunderland
... 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 story goes that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles were visiting Durham and having dinner in the Castle's Great Hall. The head chef had an appointment to catch, but unfortunately Charles was taking forever to finish his meal. The chef politely asked Prince Charles to hurry it up, which the Queen found so funny that she bestowed upon him a title (not a knighthood but close).
The tour was given by a Durham history student, who kept things lively with ...
As I've mentioned on many occasions travelling is something I've always wanted to do. I've often spent long periods of time daydreaming about doing it, about going to some of the amazing places that the world has to offer. However, when dreams become a reality it's fair to state that the concept of literally getting on a plane, alone, leaving all security and comfortableness behind is a very scary prospect. Added to this, leaving all the people that I know and love for one ...
Thanks to the suggestion of our good friend, Peter Chadwick, John and I had a fabulous day viewing a once in a lifetime event - the coming together of the last remaining 6 fastest steam locomotives of their time.
If you've never heard of an A-4 steam engine, here is the story: Seventy five years ago, the Mallard, a streamlined A-4 locomotive, became the fastest steam engine in the world, being able to achieve speeds ...
... one on Counter-Terrorism, which completely revolutionized the way I saw the issue, as well as introducing me to some world leaders in the field. My hopes were high for my negotiation seminar -and it did not disappoint.
The module began on Thursday evening with a quick introductory session and then a three-course group meal. Just like last time the food did not disappoint, and while it wasn't a steak dinner it was still quite delicious. I spent the meal talking with my course ...
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